Mohbad’s Death: Eyewitness Tells Coroner How Late Singer Reacts to Injection

The Lagos State Coroners’ Court, in Ikorodu, has heard eyewitness accounts of how the late singer, Ilerioluwa Aloba, known as Mohbad started vomiting after taking an injection.

In a statement made to the Coroner, MohBad’s Disc Jockey, Ajisegiri Ayobami, revealed this information while he was testifying as the Coroner investigated the circumstances surrounding MohBad’s death.

According to the witness, MohBad vomited noodles his brother Adura Aloba, prepared for him after attending a concert at Ikorodu.

Narrating how it all started, Ajisegiri Ayobami, said on their way back from a show in Ikorodu, their Prado Jeep was blocked, and MohBad came out of his Jeep to fight Primeboy, causing him to get injured in the process.

Ayobami, who further hinted to the court that though the wound was initially a small cut on his hand, maintained that on getting home, at midnight, the affected hand had become swollen.

The witness pointed out that though efforts were made to put a call through to MohBad’s nurse, one of their team members then suggested that he had a nurse who was eventually called upon to administer the said injection to him.

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While insisting that MohBad was very fine before the nurse came, he said the late singer had slept before he was administered the injection.

In the words of the witness, “There was water on the floor in MohBad’s room. I went to get a mop to clean the floor when his wife shouted my name from upstairs that I should come back.

“When I got there, I noticed that MohBad had collapsed and had vomited the Indomie Noodles that he had eaten, and goosebumps were on his body.

“The nurse said we should go and get him drugs, and while we were at the pharmacy, I called the house to know how he was feeling, and they said I should come back.

“When I got back, they were already trying to put him in a neighbour’s car to get him to the hospital, but with the way I saw him, he was lifeless, his eyes were closed, and his hands were falling.

“When we got to the hospital, he was confirmed dead.”

Wahab Akinlade

Akinlade I. WAHAB is a dedicated journalist and the proprietor of I-WAHAB Media. He embarked on his career at Murhi International TV (MiTV) and subsequently joined Radio Nigeria as a Judicial Correspondent.With a profound interest in legal reporting, he currently holds the positions of Chairman at the National Association of Judicial Correspondents (NAJUC), Ikeja Branch, and Chairman at the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Radio Nigeria Chapel.As the owner of I-WAHAB Media, he has successfully established Top Court News, a platform renowned for providing comprehensive coverage of court cases and legal developments, with the aim of promoting transparency within the judicial system.Akinlade's diligent work and unwavering commitment to ethical reporting have earned him immense respect within the Nigerian journalism community.

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