Mohbad’s Management Knocks Father, Says Singer Didn’t Leave Will Before Death

Mohbad’s Management Knocks Father, Says Singer Didn’t Leave Will Before Death

Fawaz Adebisi 

The management of the late Nigerian singer, Ilerioluwa Aloba, professionally known as Mohbad, has knocked his father for claiming that his late son left a will before his death.

Joseph Aloba, Mohbad’s father, had earlier claimed that his son wrote a will, which was thumb-printed instead of signed, before his death.

He said this in a recent interview with TVC News, stressing that he was shocked to know his 26-year-old son had a will when he in his 60s doesn’t.

However, in a statement, on Monday, shared via the late singer’s Instagram page, his management described the claim as “false and misleading.”

The statement added that no lawyer have communicated the existence of a will or any such thumb-printed document to any member of the family or the public, as claimed by Joseph Aloba.

“We would like to state with certainty that if any such document did exist, it would have been duly registered with the Probate Registry. We therefore plead with everyone to refrain from sharing false and misleading statements like this,” the statement read in part.

The management also disclosed that all accounts owned and controlled by the late singer during were immediately put on a Post No Debit order on the 12th of September, 2023.

It added that the accounts “will be properly handed over to the family upon resolution of the internal dispute”.

Recall that Mohbad died on Tuesday, September 12, 2023, in a controversial circumstance at the age of 26. His death sparked reactions from youths as protests rocked streets, demanding justice for him.

It was rumoured that his former record label boss, Naira Marley, had some connections to his death.However, Naira Marley was invited, detained and bailed alongside a suspect, Sammy Larry, as investigation remains ongoing.


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