The tragic demise of the young musician, Ilerioluwa Aloba, popularly known as Mohbad, continues to captivate the nation’s attention. On Tuesday, a group of impassioned youths converged at the Panseke area of Abeokuta, Ogun State, to voice their concerns about his untimely passing.
Dressed in black attire as a symbol of mourning, these young protesters gathered at the local skating ground in Abeokuta, with placards bearing messages such as #JusticeForMohbad and #WhoTurnedOffTheLight, among others.
Also, another group of youths took to the streets of Ikorodu, Lagos, similarly demanding justice for Mohbad. They marched together, clutching placards that declared, “We won’t stay silent; we demand justice for Mohbad.”
Mohbad, a prominent artist who was under the Marlian Records label, owned by Azeez Faashola, widely recognized as Naira Marley, left this world last Tuesday at the tender age of 27.
Reports suggest that protests are ongoing in Lagos, specifically around the vicinity of Lagos State Polytechnic (LASPOTECH). The groundswell of support for Mohbad’s cause seems to be growing.
In addition to the groups above, another set of youths gathered around Effurun Road in Warri, Delta State. They joined the chorus of voices demanding justice for the departed musician.
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