- Reno Omokri had carried out a live interview on Wednesday with Naira Marley, who denied having an involvement in the death of the late singer
- Naira Marley only agreed to turn in for questioning if his safety is guaranteed by the police
- Iyabo Ojo has however stated that if Naira Marley and his cohort Sam Larry doesn’t show up for questioning, they will be declared wanted by the Nigerian police
Actress and activist Iyabo Ojo has made more findings, which have changed the course of the investigation into the terrible death of Mohbad.
She recently revealed that Sam Larry and Naira Marley have both been invited to testify by the Nigerian police, giving them the opportunity to clear their identities if they are innocent.
Iyabo Ojo did, however, added a truth that the Nigerian police had told her, that Naira Marley and Sam Larry will be listed as wanted if they don’t follow the police instructions and show up on time.
Iyabo Ojo, who has actively participated in the inquiry into Mohbad’s killing, is adamant that justice be done.
Her declaration and involvement have opened people’s eyes on the internet and Nigeria in General.
It’s crucial to keep in mind that Naira Marley was the subject of an interview with Reno Omokri, who is renowned for his in-depth questioning.
In that interview, Reno Omokri confronted the contentious artist and queried whether he had any involvement in Mohbad’s tragic passing.
Naira Marley was quick to point out that he wasn’t even in the nation when the tragic event took place.
He had supplied a voice note conversation with Mohbad from just a week before the young artist passed away to support his claim, highlighting their cordial connection at the time.,
Recently, old tweets from late Mohbad had surfaced, in which he accused Naira Marley’s team of physically abusing him.
The glaring discrepancy between Naira Marley’s initial assertions and Mohbad’s earlier assertions has only stoked additional rumors.
Fans and members of the music industry alike are eagerly awaiting the disclosure of the truth as the investigation progresses.