Kafilat Ogbara, a member of the House of Representatives, has vowed to ensure that justice is served in the untimely demise of Nigerian singer Ilerioluwa Aloba, popularly known as Mohbad.
News About Nigeria reports that his death sparked a wave of demands for justice from fans, colleagues, and well-wishers across the nation.
Among those passionately seeking answers is Honorable Kafilat Ogbara, who is pushing for an immediate investigation into the circumstances surrounding the singer’s death.
In her letter to the National Assembly, Ogbara, who had a personal and professional relationship with Mohbad, has vowed to ensure that justice is served in this tragic case.
She believes that it is imperative for the National Assembly to swiftly launch an investigation into the matter.
Ogbara highlighted several reasons why the House of Representatives should be deeply concerned about Mohbad’s untimely demise.
She also shed light on Mohbad’s association with Naira Marley and his group and how it may have played a role in the tragic event.
Additionally, the politician emphasised that Mohbad had been a staunch supporter of her political career and a valuable contributor to the entertainment industry.
His loss is deeply felt by both the political and entertainment communities.
Honourable Ogbara has pledged to closely follow the progress of the investigation and to ensure that those responsible for Mohbad’s death are held accountable.
In response to the calls for justice, the House of Representatives observed a moment of silence on Tuesday during an executive session held in Abuja.
The tribute was led by Mr Babajimi Benson, a member representing the Ikorodu Federal Constituency, who also called for a comprehensive review of laws governing the entertainment sector, including copyright laws and the contractual agreements that artists are often required to sign.