“The police authorities have conducted an investigation and have communicated that the autopsy results from samples sent abroad will take a couple of months before they are shared,” the statement continued.
Ilerioluwa “Mohbad” Aloba, the late musician, will not have his autopsy made public right away, his management said in a statement on Monday, January 15, 2023.
A report claiming that the late singer had drafted his last will and testament was refuted by the management, who emphasized that if such documents had existed, they would have been filed with the probate registry.
“No one from Mohbad’s management team or his attorney has informed the public or any family members that there is a will or other thumb-printed documents, despite recent false reports to the contrary. As a result, we humbly ask that people not spread misinformation of this kind,” the message said.
The death of Mohbad on September 12, 2023, dealt a severe blow to the Nigerian entertainment industry. The peculiar circumstances surrounding his death sparked a national call for an inquiry into his manner of death.
Examination of Mohbad’s demise
A total of 26 people were questioned by the police regarding Mohbad’s death, including members of his family.
The primary suspect, Feyisayo Ogendengbe, a quack nurse who gave the musician injections at his home before to his death, has not yet been charged in a court of law.
Ayobami Sadiq, popularly known as Spending, a buddy of Mohbad’s who invited Ogendengbe to treat the singer at his Lekki house, was also identified as a suspect, along with Primeboy, another friend who allegedly got into a physical argument with him the day before he passed away.
Naira Marley and Sam Larry are also regarded as suspects with a case to answer because of evidence connecting them to violence against Mohbad, physical abuse, threats against their lives, and cyberbullying.
The people who survive Mohbad are his mother, father, son, and wife.