Detectives from the Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Bureau(CIIB), Ogun state grilled fuji music maestro, King Wasiu Ayinde, also called KWAM 1, for hours, on Tuesday, in connection with the shooting of a student of Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU), Ago – Iwoye, three weeks ago.
KWAM 1, who arrived the Eleweran, the Headquarters of the Ogun state Police Command, around 11a.m, was interrogated by the Operatives of CIIB for about six hours before granted release on bail.
A member of the musician’s band had shot at the OOU student identified as Azeez Kofoworola of the department of Business Education last October 10 at a party in a hotel in Ago-Iwoye during the Ago-Iwoye Town’s day celebration.
A bullet alleged to have been fired by Ayinde’s boy caught Kofoworola as he sat in an unmarked Honda Accord owned by an officer of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Hassan Afeez.
The party came to abrupt end while Kofoworola was taken to the the General hospital in Ijebu-Ode for treatment.
The police had however, invited the Fuji musician for interrogation but he refused to honour the invitation until Tuesday.
The Deputy Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Abimbola Oyeyemi, who confirmed this, said Wasiu’s case is being handled by detectives at the CIIB on the order of the Commissioner of Police.
Oyeyemi further told journalists that KWAM 1 left the premises of the Eleweran Command Headquarters around 5: 30p.m on the promise that he would make himself available for further police investigation.