UK police relaunch appeal on case of deaths at Asake’s concert

The metropolitan police in the United Kingdom have relaunched an appeal over the tragic death of attendees of Nigerian singer, Asake’s concert last year.

It may be recalled that on December 15, 2022, the artiste’s concert at the O2 Brixton Academy, in the UK, was marred by the deaths of a 33-year-old mother-of-two, and security worker, Gaby Hutchinson.

There was a stampede at the venue when ticketless fans tried to force their way into the ‘Joha’ crooner’s concert leaving many fatally wounded.

Evening Standard reports that a year after the tragic event, a 22-year-old female victim remains in hospital in a serious condition following the incident.

In light of the development, police released images of 13 individuals they sought to identify in connection with the deadly crush in its efforts to solve the tragic incident at the O2 Academy Brixton a year ago.

Meanwhile, in another news…

Last month, ace singer, Divine Ikubor better known as Rema responded to allegations that he used “satanic/Illuminati” symbols during his concert at the O2 Arena.

Rema’s entrance with a horse that caught flames was the first thing that stirred suspicion about whether he has joined the infamous cult, Iluminati.

He reacted to criticism via Twitter and explained that the artificial horse he rode on stage with was a replica of a Benin artifact, and the mask he wore was a replica of the famous Queen Idia mask.

Sharing a clip from his controversial concert, Rema wrote, “RAVAGE UPRISING/ My Ancestors bronzes sit in the museum of this very city, so I remade mine. Hence, Edo is redefined, the map reshaped, your minds awakened & the mask reborn. Thank you London! 🦇🇬🇧”