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Davido Pays His Tribute To Richard Okorogheye- The Boy Who Was Found In A Lake In London

Multi award winning Nigerian Afrobeats singer Davido was paid his tribute to Richard Okorogheye, the young student who was found dead inside a lake after going missing for many days.

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19 year-old Richard Okorogheye, who had sickle cell disease and lives in London was reported missing after leaving the house in Ladbroke Grove on March 22 and never returned. His family and the police were not successful until his body was found in a lake a body in a pond in Epping Forest on Monday evening.

According to the Police, the death of the Oxford Brookes student has been labelled as ‘unexplained’ as the police believes no one was involved in his death. A post-mortem conducted also suggest there was no found evidence of physical trauma or assault as well and the police are yet to determine the cause of death.

Davido has been in and out of the news in the past few days following his alleged breakup with his long time girlfriend Chioma. Reports indicates Chioma told the singer to be ready to pay his ‘bride price’ before he gains access to see their son, Ifeanyi. But reports moments ago reveals Chioma has recalled her decision and Davido has been allowed to meet his son.

The ‘Jowo’ hit maker, was also moments ago mentioned as the ‘Most Biggest and Most Influential African Artist’ by American biggest magazine Forbes after they tagged him as the richest African artist, the biggest and the most influential artist in Africa.

As at now, it is not established the kind of relationship that existed between the ‘FEM’ hit maker and the student or his family but the singer has taken to his official Twitter page to pay his tribute to the boy.

RIP Richard Okorogheye…….. so so sad … My deepest condolences to his family.

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