Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba, better known by his stage name Mohbad, was a well-known Nigerian rapper. The Nigerian Police Force has vowed to carry out a full and meticulous inquiry into his death.
Mohbad, who was 27 years old, died on Tuesday, according to the Tribune Online.
Celebrities, followers, and ordinary Nigerians have continued to respond to the unexpected death ever since the news of his death became known.
After Mohbad’s passing, some Internet users have continued to criticize his old record label for allegedly mistreating him, with many criticizing Naira Marley, the Marlian boss, on social media.
Following the announcement of the death on Thursday, the Nigerian Police Force announced through a statement on its verified X (Formerly Twitter) page that it would not stop until those responsible for the ‘peace’ hitmaker’s death were brought to justice.
The public will be kept updated on new discoveries as the inquiry develops, according to the statement released by the Force’s public relations officer, Prince Olumuyiwa Adejobi.
The police also urge family members and close associates of the late rapper with valuable information about his death to reach out to them.
However, the force expresses its condolences to the family, friends, and fans of the late rapper.
“We extend our deepest condolences to the family, friends, and fans of late Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba, known as Mohbad, who tragically passed away recently. We understand the concerns surrounding his untimely demise and the various speculations that have arisen.
“The Nigeria Police Force is committed to a comprehensive investigation into this matter, as the Lagos State Commissioner of Police has been tasked to unravel the circumstances surrounding his death. Rest assured, updates will be provided as investigations unfold.
“We encourage family members or close associates with valuable information to approach the Lagos State Commissioner of Police to assist in this process. In the meantime, we kindly request that individuals refrain from making statements or engaging in activities that could jeopardize the ongoing investigation. Your trust and support are deeply valued.”