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Mohbad’s management reacts to father’s report about alleged thumbprinted will

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The management of the late singer, Ilerioluwa Aloba, popularly known as Mohbad has said reports that the late singer left a will is untrue.

Mohbad’s management releases statement after his father alleged that a will that was thumbprinted by his late son exists.

It would be recalled that Mohbad’s father had alleged during a recent interview that a will thumbprinted by his late son is available following his death.

However, in a recent statement released by Mohbad’s management, they refuted the existence of any of such thumbprinted will.

They revealed that if such document were in existence, it would have been made public and duly registered with the Probate Registry.


They also gave an update on his autopsy results which they revealed would take some couple of months to arrive from abroad.

The statement read …

“It’s been a couple of months, but the life and death of Imole still remain fresh in our minds.

We know that nothing can bring Imole back, but we have cooperated with the authorities to make sure that all parties involved get the clarity and closure that we need to be able to remember Moh and live as he lived in his last few months: drawing strength from his past, but happy, strong and looking forward to the future.

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We would like to use this opportunity to share a few updates and highlight certain truths, so that misconceptions and miscommunication do not persist:

1. The Police Authorities have conducted an investigation and have communicated that the autopsy results from samples sent abroad will take a couple of months before they are shared.

2. No members of Mohbad’s management or his Lawyer have communicated the existence of a will or any such thumb-printed document (as has recently been FALSELY reported) to any member of the family or the public. We would like to state with certainty that if any such document did exist, it would have been duly registered with the Probate Registry. We therefore plead with everyone to refrain from sharing false and misleading statements like this.

3. All accounts owned and controlled by Imole during his lifetime were immediately put on a Post No Debit order on the 12th of September, 2023. This order remains valid till date. These accounts will be properly handed over to the family upon resolution of the internal dispute.

Once again, we thank the you all for your continued support of Imole. We urge you, in your pursuit of justice

and closure, to seek, speak and promote only the truth.

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May the light guide you always”

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