Naira Marley openly says that he is ready to clear his name on Mohbad’s death case.

Naira Marley openly says that he is ready to clear his name on Mohbad's death case.

The proprietor of Marlian Music, Azeez Fashola, better known as Naira Marley, has sworn to clear his name and demonstrate. His innocence of any participation in the death of Nigerian artist Ilerioulwa Aloba, popularly known as Mohbad, following his passing.

In a statement posted on his Instagram account on Tuesday, the head of Marlian Music stated that he was prepared. To support the police inquiry into the death of his former signee, Mohbad.

Naira Marley declared, “In light of the police invitation, I am making arrangements to return to the nation to assist the inquiry and present my side of the events. I am ready to assist relevant agencies in the investigation process.

I am fully collaborating with the police team, and I have no justification for being on the run as I had nothing to do with his killing.

The truth will be known to the world and the facts behind Mohbad’s death will be revealed in due course. This type of attempt to set someone up scenario however is not unique to the industry; other great musicians have gone. Through similar situations and emerged stronger and better. My case will not be an exception because I am not guilty of the charges, according to the statement.

Naira Marley continued by saying that Mohbad departed the label in September 2022 and that the label had approved of. His departure.

He has been with oneRPM, and Marlian Music hasn’t hindered or interfered with his career or releases since. His reservations about the job we had completed together were addressed legally.

According to PUNCH Online, Mohbad passed away in Lagos State on September 12 at the age of 27.

On September 13, he was laid to rest. Mohbad’s remains were excavated for an autopsy, nevertheless, after a probe by the Lagos State Police Command to determine the reason of his demise.

The conclusion of the autopsy was revealed last Thursday by the Lagos State Police Command.

Benjamin Hundeyin, the public relations officer for the Lagos State Police Command, verified the news to our correspondent over the phone in an exclusive interview, saying, “Mohbad’s corpse has been exhumed, and medical professionals successfully finished the autopsy on the corpse tonight. The outcome of the autopsy is what the police are worried about because we anticipate the results soon.

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