A new video has surfaced on the internet, showing Mohbad in a distressed state as he discusses a white substance and mentions a gun being pressed against his head.
This video emerged shortly after the Nigerian singer was declared deceased and subsequently laid to rest.
On September 12, Mohbad was pronounced dead and laid to rest the following day.
In the wake of his passing, various allegations surfaced concerning the possible cause of his death. Rumors ranged from claims of an ear infection to suggestions that he was assaulted to death.
Amid these speculations, a media channel known as “gistlover” released a statement regarding the alleged ill treatment Mohbad endured at the hands of NDLEA (National Drug Law Enforcement Agency) officials.
This media account shared details about an incident in which Mohbad was reportedly struck on the head with a gun and coerced into consuming an unidentified white substance.
See revised version of the post below:
gistloverblog_mediaoutlet “Dear @ndlea_nigeria, I will be extremely upset with you all, and we won’t take this lightly—I promise, we won’t. I’ve made it clear that I’m fully prepared for this, and I’m ready to go to any lengths with you. Mohbad will be your last victim, I assure you.
“PEOPLE OF THE WORLD, THIS IS A CONFESSION FROM THE LATE MOHBAD ABOUT HOW @ndlea_nigeria gave only him a white substance at their office.”
“Do you all remember I told you how Naira paid @ndlea_nigeria to come after Mohbad, framing him with drug allegations? They came, roughed him up, even slammed a gun against his head, which caused him some injuries.”
“He had to recover from that as well. So, upon arriving at their office, he wasn’t the only one apprehended, but he was the only one given the substance.”
“Since when did NDLEA become a place for administering medicines or anything like that? You all made life a living hell for this boy. @ndlea_nigeria, you are not innocent. We are kindly asking for answers now.”
“No response is coming from any quarters. It’s starting like this; it began this way with End SARS. It’s starting this way again.”
“If there’s anyone not to be messed with, it’s the youth. We need answers. What did you give Imole to drink? He wasn’t the only one picked up as instructed by your sponsor, Naira Marley. We’ll unite as one and this will be a lengthy battle, trust me.”
“You better start talking, TALK, NDLEA TALK! A person dies, it’s not a chicken. Don’t let the youths take to the streets with placards demanding answers before you take action.”
“We’re waiting! Let’s all massively march to @ndlea_nigeria’s page too; they have questions to answer. ENIKUUURE.”
WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW: