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Late Mohbad’s mother seeks help to fish out Naira Marley



Mrs Aloba, the mother of the late Nigerian singer, Mohbad, has urged the Federal Government and Nigerians in general to help uncover the truth behind her son’s untimely demise.

She made the call when actress Tonto Dikeh paid the family a condolence visit in Lagos on Thursday.

She alleged that Naira Marley, the owner of Marlian Record label, is connected to her son’s death.

She also called for assistance in investigating the matter further.

It was reports that 27-year-old Mohbad was formerly signed to Naira Marley’s Marlian Records and left the label in 2022.

She said that her late son had always complained about serious threat to his life by Naira Marley.

In tears, Aloba said “I know my son, he told me that Naira Marley usually threatened him. Please Nigerians help me to look for him; please have mercy on me; that is all you can do for me.

“I cannot singlehandedly fish him out. Also, he told me the Nigeria Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) gave him some water in a bottle to drink sometimes ago. Help me please.

“My son was always beaten. Even he was mentioning Sam Larry, l don’t know them. They enslaved my son.

“He was always telling me to guide him so he would not be killed, these were all he was saying until they finally killed him. Please help me.”

It was reported that the Police Command in Lagos State on Thursday announced that it has completed exhumation of the body of Mohbad to conduct an autopsy as part of further investigation into his death.

bbc news nigeria today

Taiye Olayemi

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