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Mohbad: NDLEA Clear Air On Singer’s Death, Claim He Was Not Poisoned In Their Custody

National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), through its Spokesman, Femi Babafemi, has debunked rumour flying around that the late singer Ilerioluwa Aloba, aka MohBad, was poisoned in their custody.

The NDLEA Spokesman made this claim via an X post on Saturday.

Babafemi argued that the deceased was not among the Marlian Music acts arrested by the agency in 2022, as speculated by many.

He added that this it impossible for Mohbad to have been poisoned in their custody when he was not even among those arrested.

Babafemi shared a link by an online platform (Not Lagospostng) which detailed the arrest of six people, two females, and four males.

The male include: Oniyide Azeez (Zinoleesky), Owoeye Michael, Ibrahim Alawo, and Abimbola Ogbe.

The females include: Dominica Chinwe (f), and Olaolohun Shubomi Mariam (f).

“This is an authentic account of the arrest and detention of some Malian artistes in Feb 2022, an incident that has now been twisted by purveyors of fake news to say Mohbad was poisoned or detained by the agency.

“I hope, they’ll be bold enough to defend their claims when the hand of the law catches them,” Babafemi tweeted.

Babafemi’s tweet is coming hours after a now-viral video of the deceased surfaced online, showing him weeping in what looked like a hospital.

In the video, MohBad claimed he was harassed and given a white substance to consume.

“They gave me water to drink, it was inside a bottle of water plastic. They said I was using drugs. I was the only one who drank it, they didn’t give others to drink. I won’t lie. Then they told me to go home and told the others to wait.

“They even hit a gun on my head. I saved Zino in that video but Zino snitched on me.”

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