Protests Across Nigeria: Demanding Justice for Mohbad

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After the tragic passing of Afrobeats musician Mohbad, calls for justice have emerged, leading to nationwide peaceful protest.

These gatherings, began in various locations across Ogun, Lagos, and Delta States, reflecting the widespread concern over the circumstances surrounding the young artist’s death.

The demonstrations aim to address allegations of intimidation and potential complicity in Mohbad’s untimely demise, and they seek to bring transparency and accountability to the forefront.

Notable figures such as Iyabo Ojo, Tonto Dike, Toyin Abraham, Lizzy Jay, and Soso Soberekon, who organized the show at which Mohbad last performed, have lent their support to the cause.

They are united in their call for “Justice for the singer who died in his prime.”

However, amid these calls for justice, some artists have faced criticism from fans and followers of the late Mohbad.

Singers like YBNL’s Princess, Temmie Ovwasa, Harrysong, and Oxlade have been accused of attempting to gain attention or “clout” from the tragic death.

The peaceful demonstrations are sending a powerful message to law enforcement and authorities, urging them to conduct a thorough investigation into the circumstances surrounding Mohbad’s passing.

Participants in these gatherings are determined to ensure that the truth is revealed and that justice is served for the young artist, whose promising career was cut short.

The protests have brought together fans, colleagues, and concerned citizens who are united in their quest for answers.

Their effort reflects the deep impact Mohbad had on the music industry and society at large, emphasizing that his legacy deserves clarity and justice.

Techrectory with Agency Report.

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Written by Ayodeji Ayenuwa

Well, My name is there already, I'm a student of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, studying Mass Communication: Public Relations and Advertising.

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