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Mohbad: Evidence links Naira Marley, Sam Larry with cyberbullying, assault – Police




The Lagos State Police Command  say there are pieces of evidence linking Naira Marley and Sam Larry with cyberbullying, physical abuse, a threat to life, and assault against Afrobeats star Mohbad.

Ilerioluwa Aloba, popularly known as Mohbad, passed away under mysterious circumstances last month. Videos of the Afrobeats musician allegedly being bullied and assaulted reappeared following his death, and many people suspected Naira Marley (Abdulazeez Fashola) and Sam Larry (Samson Balogun) of being complicit. Both have refuted this accusation.

During a Friday briefing, Idowu Owohunwa, the Lagos state Commissioner of Police, stated that there is proof connecting Naira Marley and Sam Larry to an attack on Mohbad.

“While Abdulazeez Fashola (Naira Marley) and Samson Balogun (Sam Larry) denied allegations of criminal liability in the death of Mohbad and pleaded an alibi to justify their non-being complicit in the incident that occurred between 10-12 September 2023, there are ample electronic and credible witness pieces of evidence linking them to cyberbullying, a threat to life, assault occasioning harm, and conduct likely to cause a breach of the peace against the deceased in his lifetime,” he said during the briefing.

Commissioner Owohunwa named auxiliary nurse Ms. Feyisayo Ogedengbe as the main suspect in Mohbad’s death, despite the fact that the two are in police custody.

“Five suspects have so far been identified, arrested, detained, and interrogated on their alleged roles in the sequence of events that led to the death of the singer,” he said.

He claimed that Mohbad received “multiple and highly potent” shots from Ogedengbe. He mentioned that on September 12, the singer received injections at her home. The shots included an antibiotic called Cetrazone, paracetamol, and tetanus toxoid.

The commissioner claimed that Ogedengbe was unfit to work as a home nurse and that her methods were not appropriate for a non-clinical setting.


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