Iyabo Ojo leads to protest to lagos House of Assembly over Mohbad's death.
Nollywood actress Iyabo Ojo and other celebrities conducted a nonviolent demonstration outside the Lagos State House of Assembly to demand. Justice for the passing of singer Ireoluwa Aloba, commonly known as Mohbad, who was 27 years old.
The protest’s organizer, Ojo, informed lawmakers however on Wednesday at the Assembly building that the group wanted justice for. Mohbad.
A comprehensive inquiry and an inquest were demanded when Mohbad, a former performer for Marlian Records, passed away on September 12 according to. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).
According to NAN, the demonstrators carried various posters bearing the slogans “Justice for Mohbad,” “Who killed Mohbad?” “No more Marlian,” and. “Too young to go at 27,” among others.
Ojo claimed that the fact that Nigerians were demanding justice for the popular singer’s untimely demise was no longer news.
“Even though we know the Lagos State Commissioner of Police has started an investigation over the cause of the mysterious death. We seek justice,” she stated.
Adedamola Kasunmu, the Deputy Majority Leader, addressed the demonstrators and praised them for arriving in the. House of Assembly in a peaceful manner.
They received a guarantee from Kasunmu that their appeal would be brought before the House.
“There was a plenary yesterday, and one of the concerns aired on the House floor involved Master Adebola Bright, the youngster with the missing intestines. It was terrible that he passed away yesterday.
“We also talked about the fall of Mohbad, and I can guarantee you that we’ll let the law do its thing.
He said, “Let’s wait to see what the police chief’s investigation’s findings will be, and then we’ll take it up from there.
Rasheed Shabi, Sylvester Ogunkelu, and Ajani Owolabi were among the other House members present to welcome the demonstrators.