Mohbad's Death: Oluwo Calls for Calm, Says Mohbad Will Get Justice

His Imperial Majesty, Oba (Dr.) Abdulrosheed Adewale Akanbi has urged the youths of Nigeria to remain calm as justice will be served on the death of Mohbad.

The monarch said the death of the rising musician star is a great loss not only to the Yoruba race but also to Nigeria and the world of entertainment at large.

This statement was released by Alli Ibraheem, the Chief Press Secretary to Oluwo.

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Oluwo said: “The demise of the rising artist, Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba popularly called Mohbad was a colossal loss to Yorubaland, Nigeria and the world at large. I commiserate with his immediate family and the entertainment industry.”

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He continued: “While calling on the government to ensure justice prevails on the circumstances surrounding his death, I appeal to the protesting youth to be calm, and civil in their conduct and public demonstration. The ardent lovers of Mohbad are enjoined to leave the street and go home. The protest may be hijacked by hoodlums if not properly managed.”

“Stakeholders are already working to ensure justice for Mohbad. The youth should also cooperate with the government by conducting themselves in a peaceful manner.
Once again, may the soul of the departed Mohbad rest in peace.” Oba Adewale concluded.

Mohbad's Death: Oluwo Calls for Calm, Says Mohbad Will Get Justice

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