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“Netizens Respond to Mary Njoku’s Inquiry About the Status of Mohbad’s Case”



Is the investigation still on Netizens react as Mary Njoku

On her Instagram page, Mary, who has been vocal and a strong advocate for justice, asked her followers if the investigation is ongoing. She inquired whether there were any updates on his case.

She posted, “Good morning. Who is awake? Any new update on JusticeforMohbad? Is the investigation still on?” She added, “Just need some form of closure. That’s all.”

Here are some reactions from her followers below,

Odogwu Na Kola wrote, “Those people who jumped on it for clout chasing have messed up the chance of getting indirect justice from Sam and Naira Marley. Instead of going hard on them for bullying and beating Mohbad leading to depression. They went to pursue them in murder which is dead on arrival. Iyabo Ojo needs to take some classes in paralegal and stop jumping on cases anyhow. Back to your question. No updates!!

Toluwani Gushi wrote, “Swept under the carpet. Their house is divided so they can not get justice. The father is looking for donations and property. They killed their own case”

Adeola Monsurat wrote, “May Nigeria never happen to our household.”

Love Fromify wrote, “The case is seriously bungled. His body is held a ransom. Poor guy”

Agbai Onwuka wrote, “It’s well. I’ve been thinking about this through the holiday. Was it just a media stunt to make everyone believe something was being done?”

Wanne Bayber wrote, “Me too oo. I don wait tire”

Judith Humps wrote, “This is Nigeria. Case close.”

Paulith Asubar wrote, “Is only God Almighty that will get justice for him now because the family is not helping at all”.

In September, Mary dismissed the notion that Mohbad’s case could be ignored.

After many expressed concerns that the singer wouldn’t receive justice due to the country’s failed judicial system, Mary reassured them that the country’s system isn’t completely broken. She considered their fears and concerns as a challenge to the Justice system in Nigeria.

When the news of Mohbad’s death broke, Mary Remmy Njoku posed an important question to Nigerians.

Despite never listening to Malian songs, she revealed that she did so for the first time and watched disturbing videos online, leaving her in tears.

Calling for justice, she expressed that his death made her question the value of human life in Nigeria.