Nollywood actress Iyabo Ojo has called for a rally in Lagos State to demand justice for the late singer Mohbad.

Iyabo Ojo Calls For Rally in Honour Of Mohbad

Recall we ported that Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba, also known as Mohbad passed on on Tuesday, September 12, 2023.

In an Instagram live session on Monday, Iyabo made the declaration.

A letter from her non-profit organization, Pinkies Foundation, will be delivered to the state administration on Monday in advance of the event on Tuesday or Wednesday, Iyabo Ojo stated.

She urged other performers in the sector to participate in the event. She said: “Governor Sanwo Olu. I want you to use your good office sir. We need you to see to it that all these investigations are carried out. We don’t want an audio investigation. We failed when he was alive. This one he had to pay the ultimate price.”

“We parents are bringing the revolution to reality. The autopsy must be done. When I met him
he was so disturbed. He was so paranoid.”

“My lawyer will write to you. My foundation will write to you one after the other. My foundation
will send out a letter. We are sending the letter on Monday to all the respectable offices. And we
are sending it to international bodies. We are coming to your office on Tuesday or Wednesday.
So that you can understand that we need justice. We are going to do a peaceful rally.”

Recall Mohbad a Nigerian Musician who died last Tuesday at the age of 27 and was immediately buried the next day that’s Wednesday.

On the internet, debates concerning his death’s circumstances are still going strong.
When the singer was still alive, he frequently claimed that Naira Marley’s record label, theMarlian, had threatened to kill him.

Following the online evidence and videos, the Lagos State Police Command said in a statement
posted on its verified social media account on Saturday that “a full-scale criminal investigation
into the case has been ordered in response to the growing public concerns and the preliminary
police review of the circumstances surrounding the death of Mohbad.”

On Friday, Nigerians also started signing a petition to outlaw Marlian Music, the late singer’s
former record label.

At the time of this publication, the petition posted on had more than 250,000