- London-based Nigerians honor late singer Mohbad with a candlelight vigil in Peckham Square, UK.
- The singer’s mysterious death on September 12th sparked controversy and accusations, involving Naira Marley and Sam Larry.
- Nigerians in London join those in Nigeria by paying tribute to Mohbad through peaceful gatherings and candlelight vigils.
- Attendees at the vigil don black clothing and light candles while playing the late artist’s songs.
London-based Nigerians gathered at Peckham Square in the heart of London to hold a moving candlelight vigil in memory of the late Nigerian singer, Mohbad, whose untimely death continues to stir emotions and controversy.
The young artist tragically passed away on the 12th of September, leaving fans and the music industry in shock.
The vigil, organized by the London Nigerian community, saw an outpouring of grief and support from those who had been touched by Mohbad’s music and persona.
Attendees, many of whom were dressed in somber black attire, congregated at Peckham Square to pay their respects and celebrate the artist’s life through his music.
The death of Mohbad had sent shockwaves throughout the Nigerian music scene and beyond, triggering a series of events that ranged from peaceful protests to heated debates.
Speculation and accusations have swirled around, with fingers being pointed at his former label boss, Naira Marley, and socialite Sam Larry, though the exact circumstances surrounding his death remain shrouded in mystery.
Back in Nigeria, similar expressions of grief and remembrance have taken the form of peaceful walks and candlelight vigils as the nation grapples with the loss of a young talent who had captured the hearts of many with his music.
In London, the candlelight vigil at Peckham Square became an emotional event, with attendees lighting candles and holding them aloft in a sea of flickering flames.
Mohbad’s song played throughout the evening, filling the square with his unique beats and lyrics that had touched the hearts of many.
herbiesowyeah said: “When God said touch not my anointed he messed with the wrong person!!!”
inosendunamama stated: “Shame on naira, he lost both home and away”
rosamudiame said: “Even Peckham don disown Naira Marley. Ti Nira Marley ti ta… lol.. Naira Marley’s own has finished”
dera._xi wrote: “It will take a miracle for Naira career to come back up. This is insane.”
its.buky noted: “Even Peckham is againSt their own naira. Love to see it”