- By Halimah Olamide
Protesters demanding that justice must be done in the death of singer Oladimeji Ilerioluwa Aloba, popularly called Mohbad, stormed the streets of Ugheli in Delta state on Monday.
The protesters, number over 100, and a long motorcade, carried different placards expressing their displeasure at the sudden death of the artiste.
NPO Reports that Mohbad died in circumstances yet to be determined last Tuesday and his remains were buried the following day in Ikorodu, Lagos state.
His death has sparked controversies with his former record label boss, Naira Marley and one of his associates, Sam Larry being fingered as responsible.
The protesters matched through the major streets of Ughelli. They played different songs of the late Afro singer.
Some of the placards read: “Justice for Mohbad,” “No More Naira Marley,” “Police Must Investigate This Death” and others.
Just on Monday, the Lagos state Police commanded inaugurated a special panel to probe the death of the singer.
Mohbad had in June this year submitted a petition to the office of the Assistant Inspector General of Police Alagbon naming Sam Larry and other suspected agents of Naira Marley as being responsible for an attacks on him at a video shooting session.
The singer had also alleged that a substance was forced on him to drink during an arrest.