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Say No To Marlian Music – Delta Youths Protest Mohbad’s Death (Video)



Mohbad Naira Marley

Several youths in Warri, Delta state took to the streets on Monday afternoon, to demand justice over the death of late Nigerian Afrobeat sensation Ilerioluwa Oladimeji, popularly known as Mohnad. 

The talented musician died on the 12th of September. His sudden demise has raised eyebrows about the possible cause, with several fingers pointed towards his record label, the ‘Marlians’, owned by popular singer Azeez Adeshina Fashola, AKA Naira Marley.

As some alleged that there is more to his death than meets the eye, some fans of the deceased singer, occupied the streets of Effurun, Warri, chanting, “Say no to Marlian music, we need justice.”

The youths were seen in a video that has now gone viral on social media, carrying placards and banners bearing the face of the late singer.

They vigorously demanded the end of the Marlian music record label as they matched on.

Until his death, Mohbad was a singer and songwriter known for his contributions to the Afrobeat and street-hop music genres.

He was born on June 8, 1995, in Lagos State, Nigeria. Mohbad gained prominence in the Nigerian music industry when he caught the attention of Nigerian rapper and singer Naira Marley.

Naira Marley signed him to his record label, Marlian Music, in 2019, where he released several hit songs during his career, including “Ponmo,” “Overhype,” “KPK (Ko Por Ke),” and “Feel Good.”

Mohbad was buried a day after his death on September 13, generating questions over the hurry, while the cause of his death remained unclear.

Meanwhile, the Nigerian Police Force recently hinted that his corpse could be dug up for autopsy. The security operatives considered this move after much pressure from Nigerian youths and supporters of the singer.