After the tragic passing of Ilerioluwa Aloba, also known as Mohbad, a young Nigerian artist, a significant number of Nigerian youths in Delta State have come together to hold a substantial protest in his honour.
Videos circulating online depict the youths taking to the streets in large groups, initiating the protest on Effurun road in Delta State. They carried placards, passionately advocating for justice to be served in the case of the late singer.
During their march along the roads, the youths voiced their opposition to Marlian music and demanded accountability for the individual responsible for the singer’s demise.
The release of the video has generated various responses, with many individuals urging for additional protests to be organized across all states.
Mohbad protest currently going on in warri Delta mall this is getting serious, everyone shouting say no to marlian music @instablog @tundeednut @GossipMillNaija @Gistloversblog1 @yabaleftonline
— DJGenerah (@djgenerahh) September 18, 2023
One Denny wrote, “When Benin own dey start na, body dey pepper me
One Duba Mo wrote, “At least his demise will strike as a warning to other bad music record labels that it’s bad to be bad.
One Romario Kelz wrote, “And the Western states still dey dull, Southern states don dey champion the cause for streets.
One Oyin Timo wrote, “Yes that is the spirit. Lagos how far o?? We move
One Chasaqq wrote, “To hell with Marlian music. If you can’t be your brother’s keeper or allow your brother to rise
One Nelly Keshy wrote, “Them wan bring America leg enter Naija? Where dey kill dia self anyhow for the industry. It can never be practiced in Nigeria, make Dem use Naira Marley and Sam Larry show examples make other label use dis one learn