Amidst the widespread speculation, accusations, and emotional reactions surrounding the tragic death of Mohbad, a recent development has taken prominence. The police have officially announced the formation of a specialized homicide team tasked with investigating the circumstances surrounding the demise of the young artist.
Mohbad, whose real name is Ilerioluwa Oladimeji, quickly gained recognition in the Nigerian music industry. However, his promising career was abruptly cut short on September 12th, leaving fans, friends, and fellow musicians in a state of shock and mourning.
Initially, Mohbad’s passing was attributed to complications arising from an ear infection. However, online communities hold the belief that there may be more complex and sinister factors involved.
Controversy intensified with the emergence of videos showing Mohbad being physically harassed and assaulted by Sam Larry, an aide of Naira Marley. These videos further fueled suspicions surrounding the circumstances of his death.
Amidst the turmoil, the Nigerian police have taken a step towards uncovering the truth surrounding Mohbad’s passing. They have reportedly established a dedicated Homicide Team to conduct a comprehensive and unbiased investigation. This development is in response to the growing demands for justice, accountability, and closure from Mohbad’s family, friends, and fans.
Naira Marley, who served as Mohbad’s label boss and mentor, is one of the key figures in the ongoing investigation. Allegations and suspicions have circled regarding Naira Marley’s potential involvement in the events leading to Mohbad’s death, fueled by their strained professional relationship prior to the artist’s passing. However, Naira Marley has expressed his grief over the loss of his former signee and has vowed to fight for justice to bring the perpetrator to account.
It is worth noting that Sam Larry, Naira Marley’s aide captured in the video assaulting Mohbad, has deactivated his social media accounts following these allegations. This action has led many to speculate that he may have something to conceal or fear the consequences of his actions.