Yesterday September 23rd 2023, Nigerians hold candlelight procession for late Mohbad in Canada.
Nigerians in Toronto, Canada troops out including celebrities like Bella Shmurda, LordLamba and others as they seek justice for Mohbad during the candlelight procession.
Addressing fans at the procession, Shmurda first described the deceased as his ‘brother, friend, and guy.’
He also disclosed that he was abroad when his friend died and not long after, he received a call from his mother asking him not to return to the country yet.
Shmurda thanked everyone who joined the procession, adding that they will keep seeking justice for the death of the ‘Peace’ Crooner.
“This person is my brother, my guy, is my best friend. It’s really sad.
“I had just left Nigeria barely three days after I received the call saying MohBad had died. My mom pleaded with me not to return to Nigeria yet. I understand her.
“God bless you wherever you are MohBad. I don’t know what to say.
Thank you one for coming and Justice for MohBad,” Bella Shmurda said.”
Watch famous comedian LordLamba speaks below (swipe to view more);
Mohbad died day his Canadian visa was approved – Show promoter
A Canada-based show promoter, Prince George, has disclosed that singer Ilerioluwa Aloba popularly called Mohbad died the day his Canadian visa was approved.
George said this while speaking at the candlelight procession organised by Nigerians in Toronto, Canada on Saturday night.
“I had planned to surprise the late singer’s best friend, Bella Shmurda, during the latter’s show in Canada by bringing Mohbad to the show,” the singer and promoter said.
“I sent a message to Mohbad’s manager in the morning of the day he died to inform him that his visa had been approved, only to be told that Mohbad had died mysteriously”, he said.
Also, present at the event was a visibly heartbroken Bella Shurmda who struggled to mutter a few words to the audience. He noted that he was still in shock about the death of his friend.
He said, “This person is my brother, my guy, my best friend, you know? It’s so sad. This is someone I saw before I left Nigeria, only to be called two, three days later that he had died. Everything was so funny. Even my mum had to call and tell me not to come home.”
Watch him speak below;