Justice for Mohbad: Heavy Protest Kicks Off in Abeokuta, Photos and Videos of Youths Emerge

Justice for Mohbad: Heavy Protest Kicks Off in Abeokuta, Photos and Videos of Youths Emerge

  • Some fans of Mohbad have kept to their word and taken to the streets to demand justice for all he suffered before his tragic death
  • Videos and photos of youths dressed in black, wielding placards in peaceful protest have surfaced on social media
  • Netizens are shocked at the huge number of youths who have taken it upon themselves to get justice for the late Mohbad

Most fans of the late singer Mohbad and other Nigerians are doing their best to ensure he gets the justice he deserves.

A week after Mohbad's death and several cries online about getting justice for him, some fans in Abeokuta, Ogun state, have kickstarted a peaceful protest.

Late Mohbad, protesters
Fans of Mohbad are protesting in Abeokuta Photo credit: @iammohbad/@ogunupdate
Source: Instagram

Many youths, dressed in black outfits and carrying placards, took over major roads in the state.

Legit.ng earlier reported that the late singer's management announced and shared details of his candlelight procession and tribute concert scheduled for September 21 in Lagos.

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See photos and videos below:

Netizens react to Abeokuta protest

The peaceful protest was a welcome idea to some netizens. Others, however, shared different opinions.

Read some comments gathered below:


"12/09/2023 never forget."


"If only una channel this energy for the presidential election ‍♂️We Nigerians just do things that doesn’t make sense."


"#imolenaization fun won ni pressure 12/09/23 we can never forget ..A great one left us with loads of messages and scars "


"Oya make Sam Larry and his escort come out na."


"This one shows no job for the country "


"Wetin foooolish ikorodu people for start, nonsense usellesss people."


"See crowd."

Bella Shmurda kicks against godfatherism

Still on Mohbad, Legit.ng reported that Bella Shmurda made moves to keep other people from going through what his late friend went through.

In a post on X, formerly Twitter, the singer made a public call and warning to end the act of godfatherism in the entertainment industry and on the streets.

Bella, who said he wouldn't pay any tribute to his late friend, noted that he would personally exchange blows with any godfather or street big brother who tried to obtain favours from him.

Source: Legit.ng

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