Yvonne Jegede, a prominent Nollywood actress, has penned a letter to the Nigerian police, urging them to ensure justice is served for the late singer Mohbad.
Yvonne emphasized that the authorities possess the necessary capabilities to effectively handle the case if they are willing to do so. She passionately appealed, expressing her desire to prevent the singer from suffering a fate similar to others.
With concern for her own mental well-being and that of others, Yvonne pleaded for the case to be addressed, highlighting how the entire world is aware of it. She stressed that sweeping the singer’s death under the rug would not only be a disgrace to Nigeria, known as the “giant of Africa,” but also to its entire system.
Yvonne expressed her appreciation to the House of Representatives for taking an interest in the case. Additionally, she drew the attention of the police to various online videos that could potentially assist in resolving the matter.
“This case is such a big deal that if justice isn’t served, it will be a big slap on the giant of Africa and its entire judicial system. I trust the Nigerian police @nigeriapoliceforce, I know they have the expertise to pull this off “if and when they want to”. I’m only begging for the mental health of most of us, help us solve this case because the whole world is aware of this case in particular. Plus there are so many loopholes (evidences) online to make finding people to investigate not so complex. 🙏🏽🤲
Thanks to the House of Representatives for picking interest. I am very grateful 👼
If you believe @iammohbad deserves justice, please go to @kafilat.ogbara ‘s page and show appreciation 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽”.