Nigeria: Why must Mohbad’s son’s DNA be created in front of me – Father

Nigeria: Why must Mohbad’s son’s DNA be created in front of me – Father

By Ahmad Hadizat Omayoza, Mamos Nigeria

Joseph Aloba, the father of the late Nigerian musician, Ilerioluwa Olademeji Aloba, alias Mohabado, has explained why he thought deoxyribonucleic acid (commonly known as DNA) should be removed from the children of his late son Liam. .

Aloba referred to the need to resolve the bitter dispute among Nigerians over the paternity of the child between the former Marian singer and his wife and other related issues.

In an interview with Stams TV on Wednesday, the late singer’s father also emphasized the importance of testing, but he doubted the authenticity of the rumor that a DNA analysis was being conducted on a post by popular sketch creator OGBCultist, who is believed to be a friend of Mohvado. denied.

Aruba said, “As far as DNA testing is concerned, it is mandatory to do it.” Nigerians are demanding it. I heard rumors that they did it, but no matter what happens, I am Mokhvad’s father, so I will either consent to the DNA test or, if I am not present, send a representative to do it during the test. I’m going to know how. Do it. And even if they want to do it, it should be done in two different places so that we can know the truth with complete certainty.

“And in my hometown, Ikere Ekiti, even Olu Ikere has left me after visiting me. Bastards are not accepted in my hometown, but If this child is Mokhbad’s, I will be very happy because he is the only child he left me.I was with him three days before he died. He served me food, held Liam on my hand, and took pictures.

“I’m going to call the police chief and see if we can bury him.In fact, many people have complained of seeing Mokhbad’s ghost, but that’s because he hasn’t been buried.” “This is only possible. I would like you to consider this as soon as possible.”

Mohbad passed away on September 12, 2023 at the age of 27 and his death was controversial and led to nationwide protests among Nigerians and former label boss Azeez Fashola aka Naira Marley and his Samson Balogun a.k.a. Sam Lally, an associate of , was chosen as one of the five main suspects.

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