- Youths from the Ikorodu community took it upon themselves to safeguard Mohbad's graveyard against any unforeseen intrusion
- Recall that the assistant commissioner of police, Saheed Kassim, and his team are to exhume the singer's remains on September 19
- In reaction to the new development, members of the Oodua Peoples Congress and Onyabo Vigilante Group in the area are keeping watch to prevent any foul play
The vibrant youths of the Ikorodu community have surrounded the graveyard of Mohbad against any form of illegal invasion.
Legit.ng reported that the team led by the assistant commissioner of police, Saheed Kassim, is expected to, among other things, exhume Mohbad's body and conduct an autopsy, toxicology and histology tests on it.
Following the report, the youths of the community where the late singer grew up and was also laid to rest have taken it as their mandate to safeguard the graveyard while they await the arrival of police authorities.
The graveyard is being monitored overnight by some members of the Oodua Peoples Congress (OPC), Community Development Association (CDA), and Onyabo Vigilante Group in the area.
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The team of young men is led by Mr. Rasheed, according to Mr. Olalekan Monsuru, popularly known as "Rado".
See videos of Ikorodu youths around Mohbad's grave:
In another clip, the vigilantes mentioned the grave was 100% safe.
See the statement from Ikorodu youths
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Recall Legit.ng previously reported that the deceased's father claimed his son used thrift savings (Ajo) to hold his grandson's naming ceremony.
The beautiful occasion was attended by Mohbad's friends and colleagues, including Bella Shmurda, Small Doctor, and Bad Boy Timz.
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ID Cabasa questioned Mohbad's swift burial, noting that the artist was a Christian, but his family appeared to adhere to Muslim customs.