According to reports, police has hold two aides and freed six other over Davido son, Ifeanyi’s death.
The Nation reports that from the eight domestic aides of Davido brought in on Tuesday morning over the death of his son, Ifeanyi, six have been released.
But the toddler’s nanny and chef have been detained for more inquiry over the toddler’s death.
According to a source, the cook and nanny, whose job was to cater to the wellbeing of the three-year-old boy, had been detained for different reasons, including the failure to care for the minor.
Ifeanyi, who clocked three on October 20 with a lavish party thrown to celebrate him, was reported to have drowned in the pool within Davido’s residence in the Banana Island highbrow of Lagos on Monday night.
It was also said that Davido and Chioma had left for Ibadan for a family function, leaving Ifeanyi with his nanny and other domestic workers.
After Ifeanyi passed away, the police questioned eight home workers, including his nanny and chef.
According to the Lagos Police Public Relations Officer, SP Benjamin Hundeyin, six of the ace singer’s workers have been released.
Hundeyin added that two of the workers assisting with the probe.
“Nobody was arrested. Of the people that were brought in for questioning, six were allowed to go while two are still with us, assisting with the investigation. There’s no update other than that investigation is still ongoing,” he said.