Since the sad and sudden death of Nigerian musician Mohbad days ago, the entertainment industry has been buzzing. The dispute surrounding his ostensibly sinister death rages on.
The authorities have apparently planned to exhume his body by September 18th at midnight, adding another twist to the never-ending story.
Comedian Obaksolo said in a video shared by Iyabo Ojo that he had just gotten off the phone with Mohbad’s father and that they had decided to exhume his remains either midnight or first thing in the morning.
Naira Marley is one of the notable figures associated with this tragedy. Following the rumors linking him to Mohbad’s death, Naira Marley’s follower count has continued to fall.
Recently, a recording of Mohbad’s father fiercely defending Naira Marley has surfaced. His statements in the audio had tried challenged people’s idea on Naira Marley.
Given the past professional relationship between Mohbad and Naira Marley, many wondered whether there was more to Mohbad’s passing than met the eye.
Hence, why Mohbad’s father decided to speak out and clarify the situation. In an exclusive interview, he addressed the burning rumors and provided essential insights into his son’s tragic demise.
One of the most significant revelations made by Mohbad’s father was that Naira Marley was not present with Mohbad at the time of his death. This statement effectively debunked the rumors suggesting Naira Marley’s direct involvement in the incident.
Also, let’s recall that gistlover had reported that Mohbad’s father denied the sinister speculations surrounding his son’s passing.
He offered an alternative explanation for the tragedy, stating that he believed Mohbad had died due to complications arising from an injection administered by an auxiliary nurse. This injection was reportedly given to treat an ear infection, marking a heartbreaking turn of events.
As the entertainment community continues to come to terms with the aftermath of Mohbad’s passing, the revelations about his body being exhumed also adds more layer of intricateness to his death.