Joseph Aloba expresses dissatisfaction with the police investigation into Mohbad's death

Joseph Aloba, the daddy of the late Mohbad, an Afrobeat singer, has voiced his dissatisfaction with the continuing police investigations surrounding his son’s dying.

In an unique interview with Belief TV on Wednesday, Joseph shared his issues and known as on the federal government to accentuate the investigation to make sure justice prevails.

Mohbad handed away on September 12, 2023, and was buried the next day. Allegations involving Azeez Fashola (Naira Marley), the proprietor of Marlian Data (Mohbad’s earlier document label), and others, together with Sam Larry, emerged concerning their alleged involvement in his demise.

Naira Marley and Sam Larry have each denied any wrongdoing in statements posted on their respective Instagram accounts.

Throughout the Belief TV interview, Mohbad’s father expressed dissatisfaction with the police investigation.

“I’m not happy with the police investigation. Loads of issues have been mentioned exterior which aren’t proper. Once I carried Mohbad’s physique to the police station, I anticipated that they might observe me to look his home or give me the police (post-mortem) report which they’d not given me. These are the areas I’m not happy with,” he mentioned.

Joseph emphasised the necessity for a radical investigation, urging the police to query people who had been dwelling with Mohbad.

“They need to ask them questions. By looking their telephones, they might know what killed Mohbad. Lots of people had been dwelling with him. So I’m not happy with the investigation.

“We’re nonetheless on the lookout for justice….Delay can lead to denial. I’m begging the federal government to place extra effort in order that issues can go on high quality as folks count on,” he added.

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