A group of young people from the Panseke area in Abeokuta have taken to the streets to demand justice following the tragic passing of the renowned musician, Ilerioluwa Aloba, also known as Mohbad, who tragically lost his life last Tuesday.
These youths gathered in significant numbers at the skating ground arena in Abeokuta, dressed in black attire, and held placards bearing messages such as #JusticeForMohbad and #WhoTurnedOffTheLight, among others.
The sad news of Mohbad’s demise, at the age of 27, was announced last Tuesday. Mohbad was previously associated with Marlian Records, a label owned by Azeez Faashola, widely known as Naira Marley. Naira Marley, mourning the loss, expressed that Mohbad was more than just an artist or signee but also a dear friend and brother to him.
In response to this tragedy, the Lagos State Police Command has taken action by forming a 13-member special investigation team to look into the mysterious circumstances surrounding the death of the Nigerian singer, Ilerioluwa Aloba, famously known as Mohbad. Lagos State Commissioner, Idowu Owohunwa, emphasized their commitment to this investigation, stating that they have a unique partnership with INTERPOL, and anyone connected to this incident will be identified and held accountable for their level of involvement.