“My son’s death wasn’t natural” – Mother of late Nigerian singer, Mohbad
A Nigerian lady, who claimed to be the mother of the late Nigerian singer, Mohbad, has asserted that her son met with foul play and did not pass away from natural causes.
Identifying herself as Promise Oladimeji Emmanuel Ayobami, she emphasized that she is very much alive.
Speaking in her native language, she said, “My name is Promise Oladimeji Emmanuel Ayobami. I am Alice, and I am in good health. I have no knowledge of the current events.”
“My son didn’t die a natural death; he was killed. Whoever killed my son, that person’s home will become troubled. They will face war and curses.”
“The glory of the child in their home will diminish because of those who killed him and their sons.”
“I am not dead; I am alive. My son didn’t find rest, and I couldn’t speak up whenever he was falsely accused because I wasn’t given the chance.”
“I asked my son what happened, and he gave me money to go to the hospital.”
“I called him from the hospital, and he told me, ‘Mummy, something is happening.’ I called him to come home and tell me what happened.”
“I am his life and heaven. He said he came home because he heard something had happened.”
“He said he was taken and given water, and then he didn’t know what happened to him anymore. Since then, I’ve been on the matter.”
“Since then, I’ve been on it. He died in fear. The fear was too much. If he was supposed to go to some shows, he couldn’t go because of the fear that some people were coming.”
“He was beaten every day, and I was receiving calls even from people I didn’t know. I didn’t rest until he was killed.”