Police Should Arrest Those Who Bullied Mohbad While He Was Alive
Both Naira Marley and Sam Larry are currently out of the country. Naira Marley is in Amsterdam with Zino, while Sam Larry is reportedly in Kenya.
From the way things are unfolding, it seems unlikely that they will return to Nigeria this year.
Bella Shmurda, a Nigerian artist, has called on the Nigeria Police Force to quickly arrest those who bullied the death of late Nigerian singer Ilerioliuwa Aloba, also known as Mohbad.
According to sources, Mohbad’s close friend Bella has urged for the imprisonment of anybody who has mistreated or maltreated the last singer while he was alive.
In a statement posted on X on Thursday, the artist emphasized that delayed justice is injustice, and that he is unconcerned about the autopsy performed on his friend’s remains.
He wrote, “Delayed justice is injustice Bring out those who oppressed and maltreated the hell out of him when he was alive that the goal Autopsy or not he no concern me Unless our govt don’t have feelings. #Justice4mobhad #imoleliveon.”
Remember that the Lagos State Police Command verified the completion of the autopsy on the late singer’s remains on Thursday.
The Police said in a statement posted via its X platform (previously Twitter) account that the autopsy was successful and that more information will be disclosed to the public as soon as the results were available.
Police Deposit Mohbad’s Remains In Mortuary
Meanwhile, the late singer, Ilerioluwa Promise Aloba, popularly known as Mohbad, has been buried, according to the Lagos Police Command.
According to sources, State Police Public Relations Officer Benjamin Hundeyin stated this during an interview on Friday.
He claimed that the remains were deposited at the morgue following the conclusion of the autopsy on his body, which was exhumed in the state’s Ikorodu region on Thursday.
Hundeyin, on the other hand, disputed that the remains had been returned to the grave, emphasizing that the corpse had been deposited in the morgue.
“It is at the mortuary,” he told The Punch.