The Lagos State Police Command has established a 13-member special investigation team with the objective of delving into the enigmatic demise of the Nigerian musician known as Ilerioluwa Aloba, who was more commonly referred to as Mohbad.
Commissioner Idowu Owohunwa, the head of the Lagos State Police, announced on Monday that they possess exclusive access to INTERPOL, and they intend to meticulously identify and apprehend anyone linked to Mohbad’s untimely death in order to ascertain their degree of involvement.
It was reported on Tuesday that Mohbad, a former artist signed under Marlian Records, which is owned by Azeez Faashola, popularly recognized as Naira Marley, passed away at the age of 27.
In his grieving tribute to Mohbad, Naira Marley not only acknowledged his significance as an artist and label signee but also expressed the profound friendship and brotherhood they shared.
Naira Marley conveyed these sentiments via his Instagram account last Friday night, personally signing a statement on behalf of the Marlian Record label.
Right from the beginning, we recognized Mohbad as a potent force in the music industry.
His songs bestowed love and illumination upon countless individuals. Mohbad captivated us with his sincere lyrics, storytelling, infectious smile, and vibrant energy.
The news of his departure has left an everlasting void in our hearts, as articulated in a portion of the statement.
In another post on his Instagram handle, he posted a video of the late singer the caption, “Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji’un. Rest in perfect peace my broski ￼ ￼. I’m shattered ￼￼#Imole’sWorld￼. Got u forever bro.”