N50 Million Offered To Anyone With Information On Mohbads Death (Video)

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N50 Million Reward Offered for Information on Mohbad's Death
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N50 Million Reward Offered for Information on Mohbad’s Death

In a significant development, the African Television and Foundation for Justice has announced a monetary reward of N50 million for anyone with reliable information on the cause of death of Afrobeats singer Ilerioluwa Aloba, popularly known as Mohbad. This announcement follows the recent disclosure by the pathologist in charge of the case that the autopsy conducted could not determine the exact cause of Mohbad’s demise.

The foundation, known for its advocacy in justice-related issues, is stepping in to aid the investigation, seeking to bring clarity and resolution to the mysterious circumstances surrounding Mohbad’s death. Alongside the substantial cash reward, the organization has also pledged to ensure the safety of the informant by facilitating their relocation abroad if necessary.

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This move comes as the autopsy results proved inconclusive due to the advanced decomposition of Mohbad’s body by the time the examination was conducted. The singer passed away on September 12, 2023, and was buried the following day in Ikorodu. His body was exhumed on September 21 for the autopsy, but the results did not provide a clear cause of death.

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The foundation’s announcement has sparked various reactions and speculations on social media, with users offering their opinions and theories. One user, emeka_, suggested that Mohbad’s father might have buried him too quickly, noting, “Him papa. He buried him too quickly and there was blood in coffin.” Another user, iamdbull, proposed additional financial incentives for further investigation, writing, “And I will raise another 5 million for Wunmi, if she can do a DNA test.

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Comments continued with kennedyexcel stating, “Evidence plenty na Sam Larry with enough bully, So una transfer my 50m very fast,” while endylight1 expressed skepticism about the autopsy results, commenting, “For them to come and say they couldn’t find the cause of death from the autopsy, I knew something is fishy. They know what they are doing.”

The African Television and Foundation for Justice’s offer underscores the ongoing efforts to uncover the truth behind Mohbad’s untimely death, reflecting a broader demand for transparency and accountability in the investigation process.

 

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