Some youths in Lagos and Ogun States have taken to the streets to protest demanding for justice over the death of singer, Ilerioluwa Aloba also known as Mohbad.
This news website reported last week the sudden death of the singer at age 27.
His death sparked controversies as fans on social media called for investigation.
On Monday, the Police Command in Lagos State in response to the incident set up an investigation team as disclosed by the Commissioner of Police, Idowu Owohunwa.
““Do not forget, we have unique access with INTERPOL. Everybody linked to it (the death of Mohbad) will be identified and they will be brought to establish their level of involvement,” the Police commissioner said on Monday.”
Days after the the incident, youths took to the streets in Ikorodu, Lagos to voice their displeasure over the delayed response from the authorities with placards with: “We no go gree, justice for Mohbad.”
Also, some youths are still protesting in Lagos around Lagos State Polytechnic (LASPOTECH) area, sources said.
In the same vein, youths gathered at Effurun Road in Warri Delta State on Tuesday, to demand justice for Mohbad.
Hours after the death of the singer, some artists signed on Marlian Records where Mohbad was, and owned by Naira Marley revealed how they were treated before leaving.
To this, there have been allegations on social media that Naira Marley is involved in Mohbad’s death.