In the shadow of Mohbad’s tragic passing on September 12, 2023, a complex legal drama unfolds.
Music sensation Azeez Fashola, better known as Naira Marley, and his associate, the enigmatic Balogun Eletu, alias Sam Larry, have been arraigned by the police amidst suspicion surrounding the circumstances of Mohbad’s death.
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Accusations against the duo have been fervent, alleging their involvement in the untimely demise of Ilerioluwa Aloba, the artist known as Mohbad. However, both Naira Marley and Sam Larry vehemently denied any connection to the tragedy
Mohbad’s departure from Marlian Records, owned by Naira Marley, was marked by controversy, and their relationship remained strained thereafter. Now, the wheels of justice turn as the police summoned Naira Marley and Sam Larry, presenting them before a Magistrate’s Court in Yaba, Lagos, on Wednesday. The court, in response to the police’s request, granted custody of the two for further investigation.
Simultaneously, the Lagos State Police Command has declared Owodunni Ibrahim, also known as Primeboy, a wanted man. His non-compliance with police invitations regarding the Mohbad case has led to this declaration. Ibrahim, a man of approximately 1.64 meters in height, dark complexion, adorned with tribal marks, and of Yoruba descent, remains at large. His last known residence is at 3rd Power, Oke Eletu, Ikorodu.
The Police Public Relations Officer in Lagos, SP Benjamin Hundeyin, issued a statement on Wednesday urging anyone with information regarding Ibrahim’s whereabouts to come forward. The Commissioner of Police, Lagos State Command, CP Idowu Owohunwa, has announced a substantial reward of One Million Naira for valuable information that leads to the arrest of Owodunni Ibrahim, also known as Primeboy. The contact number for reporting information is 0803 688 5727.
As the legal wheels turn and the hunt for answers continues, the Mohbad case remains a subject of intense scrutiny and speculation.