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Mohbad’s Father Speaks On Conducting DNA Test On Grandson

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Joseph Aloba, father of late Nigerian singer, Ilerioluwa Aloba, popularly known as Mohbad, has reacted to the call for a DNA test to be conducted on his grandson.

 

 

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The Editor Nigeria reports that the reaction of the late singer’s father is coming amid the debate on the paternity of Mohbad’s son on social media.

During an interview with BBC Pidgin, Mr Aloba said he regarded his son as a buddy and that the two of them interacted like brothers.

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He claimed that the controversy surrounding a DNA test on Mohbad’s son has spread throughout Nigeria and is now a national issue.

Aloba stated that the right thing should be done at the right time concerning the DNA.

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He said: “This thing has become a majority thing, not only Nigeria. So they should do the proper thing at the proper time.”

Mohbad: ‘There Have Been Several Calls To Release Sam Larry’ – Police Source

There are indications that police in Lagos State are under pressure to release music promoter, Balogun Olamilekan Eletu, also known as Sam Larry.

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The Editor Nigeria recalls that Sam Larry was arrested and held for interrogation over the controversial death of 27-year-old singer, Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba, popularly known as Mohbad.

Sources at the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department (SCIID), Yaba, Lagos, who spoke with The Guardian revealed that since Sam Larry’s arrest last week, there had been a series of calls to the Officer in Charge (O/C) SCIID, Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Waheed Ayilara, to release the suspect.

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The sources revealed that the individual calling made a promise to produce him whenever he is needed.

The source said, “There have been several calls to my boss to release Eletu, while the investigation continues. A renowned traditional ruler on the Island (names withheld) is always calling, pleading with my boss to release him after interrogation.

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“When he became persistent, my boss directed him to the Commissioner of Police (CP), on the ground that he is the only one that can give the order for Eletu’s release or otherwise.”

The police further stated that investigations are still ongoing concerning the singer’s death and are still exploring other leads.

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A source also alleged that Sam Larry confessed to the police that his disagreement with Mohbad stemmed from his indebtedness to the tune of N2 million, which the singer refused to pay.

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