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Youths in their hundreds, Tuesday, gathered at the Okeletu bus-stop, Ikorodu, to demand justice on the death of singer, Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba, popularly known as MohBad.
The singer died September 12, at 27, and the occurrence has continued to generate controversy, following which the Lagos State Police Command has set up a 19-man special investigation team to investigate the incident.
Youths, carrying placards with photos of MohBad, chanting, “We need justice for MohBad” and singing songs, marched on streets and sought investigation to unravel any foul play, and justice on the occurrence.
A News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) correspondent who visited the residence of the popular musician in Ikorodu at Okeletu reports the youths marched from the area toward Ijede Road.
Kazeem Ayinde, one of the youths, said that the rally was organised to show their last respect to the late musician.
Ayinde said there would be a candlelight event for the deceased later in the day because he died a week ago.