Several protesters have stormed out in their number to join in the ongoing protest across several cities in Nigeria to demand justice and proper investigation into the causes of the death of the Nigerian music sensation, Ilerioluwa Oladimeji popularly known as mohbad.
The peaceful protest which was scheduled for 12 pm today has kicked off in several areas like Mokola, Iwo Road, UI/Agbowo, Ring Road among others in Ibadan, the Oyo State Capital, as young people are seen bearing their grievances and dissatisfaction with the shady circumstance of the the musician’s death.
The protesters are demanding justice for the death asking that the circumstances surrounding the sudden death of the music star be looked into. They demanding that the killers must be found and brought to book. The protesters are seen bearing placards with several captions like “justice for mohbad”, “who kill Mohbad”
The ongoing protest appear to be nation-wide as several protesters from several other states and cities have also marched out for the same course; justice for mohbad.
Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital, witnessed hundreds of youths rallying for justice for MohBad. The protest, which took place on Tuesday, began at the skating ground in Panseke, continued through Ibara, Oke-Ilewo, and back to Panseke. Security personnel were present to ensure the peaceful nature of the demonstration.
In Akure, the capital city of Ondo State, youths marched through the streets dressed in black and displayed placards with slogans demanding justice for MohBad. They expressed their dissatisfaction with the circumstances surrounding the singer’s death.
In Ikorodu, Lagos State, hundreds of youths gathered at Okeletu bus-stop to demand justice for MohBad. They carried placards bearing the late singer’s photos and chanted “We need justice for MohBad.” The procession extended from Okeletu towards Ijede Road.
Kazeem Ayinde, one of the participating youths, explained that the rally aimed to show their respect for the late musician. Ayinde also mentioned plans for a candlelight event later in the day to commemorate MohBad’s passing
In Delta State, youth activists gathered at Effurun Roundabout, Warri, to demand justice for MohBad’s death. They marched with placards, chanting “We need justice.”
The calls for justice continue to grow, and the public eagerly awaits the results of the investigations into the untimely death of MohBad