- A Nigerian man claims to have dreamt about late singer Mohbad shortly after his death.
- The man explained his decision to share the dream in a video, citing unusual circumstances.
- In the dream, the man found himself in a church car park in Warri, Delta State, where he used to play as a child.
- According to the man, the late singer Mohbad appeared in his dream, visibly upset and crying.
In a video circulating on social media, the man shared details of his dream and the circumstances that prompted him to share his experience with the public.
The man began his video message by acknowledging that he typically avoids engaging in activities that might be perceived as seeking attention or “chasing clout.”
However, he felt compelled to share his dream due to the unusual circumstances surrounding it.
According to the man’s account, he had the dream on the night following Mohbad’s passing, in which the deceased singer appeared to him.
In his dream, the setting resembled St. Peter’s Church in Warri, Delta State, where he was born.
In this dream scenario, the man found himself in the church’s car park, a place where he used to play with his friends during his childhood.
In the dream, the man claimed that he was the only person present, and Mohbad suddenly appeared in the car park, standing before him.
The deceased singer was depicted as visibly upset, and he was described as weeping.
The man went on to recount further details of his dream in the video, which has been attached below.
“Good day everyone, I trust we all are doing very good. Normally, I wouldn’t want to do this because I try to avoid anything that’ll make me look like I’m trying to chase clout but the circumstances surrounding this video I’m making is the reason why I have to make it.”
“So last night, I had a dream and in that dream, Mohbad the musician who just died appeared to me.”
“The setting. was like I was in a church I was born, St. Peter’s in warri delta state.”
“It was as of I was in that church and there’s a place I used to play with my friend in the car park and so Mohbad came and stood there.”
“It was just me and him, I was the the only person around and then, this young man was crying;” the man said in part.