The young man, who was in the vehicle when the late singer, Ileriouluwa Oladimeji Aloba, better known as Mohbad, died, has finally broken his silence by fleeing to Dubai.
Investigative journalist Kemi Olunloyo claimed that the young man had fled the country and was involved in the singer’s death. She added that he was on the run to avoid getting interrogated by the police.
Now, taking to his Instagram live, he debunked the reports as he showed off his passports, stating that he is from Lagos and not Dubai, as peddled online.
The young man whom has been trending over the past few days now, whom kemi olunloyo claimed has be flown to Dubai for allegedly having hands in Mohbad's DE@th speaks out. pic.twitter.com/OUxk6XRlAC
— Nwa ❤️ (@Nwaadaz) September 27, 2023
The video has left many slamming the investigative journalist for feeding the public false information.
One Emjay Daslim wrote, “Hmm this Mohbad story is long
One Yusuf Akeem wrote, “Kem Ken aji malt announced he was in Dubai when she forgot to take her medication after she ran away from Yaba Left.
One Martin Moselle wrote, “Ma wa for this country called Nigeria…I’m surprised nobody has been arrested still
One Ysabel Avril wrote, “What investigation did the police say they’re carrying out?
One Oluwa Dharmilaarey wrote, “Why did you declare him dead? Who told you he is dead”.
One Queen of Sun wrote, “Shame on you Aunty Kemi Kem aji malt”.
On Monday, as Nigerians still try to unravel the shocking demise of Mohbad, Perez Medcare Hospital, where the late singer was taken before his death, broke its silence.
In a press statement, the medical care center debunked reports that the singer was pronounced dead while in their hospital and not admitted to their facility.
According to the hospital, Mohbad was brought in dead, and the people who brought him to the hospital confirmed that he was treated at home by a nurse who wasn’t their staff.
Taking to a blog’s comment section, many pointed out how Mohbad’s death was a planned work, with the different reports making the rounds daily.