- Late singer Mohbad's dad has confirmed music star Davido sent him N2 million to support the family
- Mohbad's dad, however, revealed he was given N1 million while the rest was used to buy the singer's coffin, among other burial plans
- He also confirmed receiving N100k from Kogbagidi. However, netizens are questioning how N1 was used to purchase a coffin
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In a trending video on social media, the late Mohbad's father, Joseph Aloba, opened up on how the N2 million DMW label boss Davido sent him.
Legit.ng recall reporting that Davido made headlines after details emerged online that he sent money to Mohbad's family after his demise.
According to Aloba, a substantial part of the money, precisely 1 million naira, was used by Mohbad’s friend, identified as Da Rocha, to purchase a coffin and manage the burial arrangements.
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Aside from Davido, he revealed show promoter Kogbagidi gave him N100k.
Watch the video below:
Netizens react as Mohbad's dad shares how N2m sent by Davido was spent
See some of the reactions that trailed the video below:
"You bought casket and still didn’t buy his size ….Daddy please rest ."
"Na dis man born naira marley and Sam Larry nothing ona won tell me.. baba ofo."
"Casket wey dey bend his headthis is really painful even his family failed him too."
"He is why sometimes they truly dont send parents. Gosh."
"You ain’t fighting to know what killed your son it’s money you fighting for and your son’s property!! Really??"
How Mohbad used contribution money to organise naming ceremony
In another report via Legit.ng, Mohbad's dad, shared how he tried to get money from him to buy blocks for his (Mohbad) land to have a structure on it.
The singer's dad, who said Mohbad never bought a block, said the former Marlian signee purchased the land he was buried on in his son's name.
Mohbad's dad disclosed the singer used thrift contribution (Ajo) to organise his child’s naming ceremony.