Actress Iyabo Ojo has made a solemn pledge to the late promising singer, Ileriouluwa Oladimeji Aloba, popularly known as Mohbad.
On her Instagram page, Iyabo shared a video collage of Mohbad and vowed to never give up on him.
She asserted that regardless of the challenges and distractions that come their way, she and other concerned citizens will persevere and never give up.
“No matter how hard they try, no matter the distractions, no matter the drags, no matter the storm, no matter the wait ………. we, the concerned citizens, will never give up on you……IMOLE,” she wrote.
Just a day earlier, Tonto Dikeh had called out the Nigerian police over Mohbad’s case, urging them to release the singer’s body for burial.
Iyabo expressed her frustration with the authorities’ inaction and vowed to speak up, even without backing, emphasizing that his case must not be neglected.
Since his passing, Iyabo has been a vocal advocate for justice for the late singer.
Prior to his demise, Mohbad had expressed his last wish to do a TikTok video with Iyabo, a promise she is determined to fulfill in his memory.
Revealing unknown facts about Mohbad following his death, Iyabo recounted her time with him in the UK and pledged to continue seeking justice on his behalf.
Mohbad, a former signee of Naira Marley’s record label, tragically passed away at 27 under unclear circumstances on September 12.
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