- The death of singer Ilerioluwa Aloba, popularly known as Mohbad, has gotten the attention of Amnesty International
- The global movement has called for justice, stating that its call for justice for Mohbad is now seven days old
- Mohbad passed on at the age of 27-year-old on Tuesday, September 12 and was buried the following day in the Ikorodu area of Lagos
Amnesty International has called for justice for the late singer Ilerioluwa Aloba, known as Mohbad.
Legit.ng recalls that Mohbad passed on at the age of 27-year-old on Tuesday, September 12.
Justice for Mohbad
In a post via its X (formerly Twitter) handle @AmnestyNigeria, it said the demand for justice over Mohbad’s death is now on its 7th day.
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“The wait and demand for justice for #Justice4Mohbad is 7—days today”
Mohbad’s death: Nigerians react over call for justice
Some Nigerians who reacted to the call for #Justice4Mohbad have asked for justice for others killed in different parts of the country.
@AmnestyKenya must also demand justice for victims‼️
Killer cop Ahmed Rashid must be held responsible
We called and you answered God bless you #Justice4Mohbad
What about this boys who where murdered in imo state no justice uptill now
PROF Akuyili who was killed has there been justice
Ahmed Gulak who was murdered in imo state has there been any justice
Is there anything like justice in Nigeria?
I stand for #Justice4Mohbad
Mohbad’s death: Sanwo-Olu, Oba Elegushi disown Sam Larry, Naira Marley
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that the Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, SP Benjamin Hundeyin, has revealed what Lagos state governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, and the monarch of the Ikate-Elegushi Kingdom, Saheed Ademola Elegush, told the police command about singer Naira Marley and his ally, Sam Larry.
Hundeyin said Sanwo-Olu and Oba Elegushi denied having any affiliations with Naira Marley and Sam Larry.
Mohbad's death: Police officer reacts over calls for investigation
The Public Relations Officer of the Delta State Police Command, DSP Bright Edafe, has reacted to the call for the police to investigate the death of singer, Ilerioluwa Aloba, popularly known as Mohbad.
Edafe said social media platform, Twitter is not a police station, implying that there must be an official complaint before the police can commence an investigation.