From Lateef Dada, Osogbo
Some youths in Osogbo, Osun State, on Wednesday, trooped out in protest to demand justice for the murdered singer, Ilerioluwa Aloba, popularly known as Mohbad.
The protesters who were all in black, moved from Dele Yes Sir to Okefia-Olaiya, and terminated the protest at Freedom Park, where they held a candlelight procession for the late singer.
Speaking with Journalists, Fisayo Aderemi, said, “We want the police investigating panel to reveal the treatment Mohbad was given at the hospital before his death.
Also, Olusayo Ogunleye, said “We are here to seek justice for our brother, Mohbad. Whoever had hands in his death must be punished. We want justice for the deceased. We are here to demand justice for our brothers. We are giving the federal government and the Nigerian Police three days to fish out the killers.”
Similarly, the Oluwo of Iwoland, Oba Abdurosheed Akanbi, called on the government to ensure that justice prevail in the circumstances surrounding Mohbad’s death.
In a statement personally signed and made available to Daily Sun by his press secretary, Alli Ibrahim, the monarch urged the protesters all over the place to be cautious, so that the protest will not be hijacked by hoodlums.
“I appeal to the protesting youth to be calm, and civil in their conduct and public demonstration. The ardent lovers of Mohbad are enjoined to leave the street and go home. The protest may be hijacked by hoodlums if not properly managed.
“Stakeholders are already working to ensure justice for Mohbad. The youth should cooperate with the government by peacefully conducting themselves,” Oluwo said.