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Hamzat visits Mohbad’s mum, says Lagos will take care of his family

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In a tragic turn of events, the burgeoning musician known as Ilerioluwa Aloba, who went by the stage name Mohbad, passed away last Tuesday and was laid to rest just a day later.

The circumstances surrounding his untimely demise have ignited a storm of controversy across social media platforms.

Before his unfortunate demise, Mohbad had fathered a child with his partner, Omowumi, who is his baby mama.

A delegation from Lagos, led by the Deputy Governor, Obafemi Hamzat, paid a visit to Mohbad’s mother on Tuesday to extend their condolences and provide reassurance in the wake of his passing.

During this visit, Hamzat emphasized the state government’s unwavering commitment to ensuring justice prevails in this matter.

The deputy governor further disclosed that the government would take responsibility for caring for the deceased singer’s son, emphasizing the state’s support for the family.

Jubril Gawat, the governor’s media aide, confirmed that the Deputy Governor assured justice, DSS involvement, and government support for Mohbad’s family and child.

The delegation comprised prominent figures, including Tayo Ayinde, the Chief of Staff to the Governor; Mobolaji Ogunlende, the Commissioner for Youth; Gbenga Omotoso, the Commissioner for Information; and Idris Aregbe, the Special Adviser on Tourism.

On a related note, the Lagos State Police Command inaugurated a 13-member special investigation team on Monday to delve into the circumstances surrounding the singer’s death.

Furthermore, Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu has extended an invitation to the Department of State Services (DSS) to collaborate in the ongoing investigation into Mohbad’s tragic passing.

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