Mohbad's father begs Nigerians for pardon: "I Will Speak The Truth Now"

In an interview with BBC Yoruba, the father of the late Nigerian artist Mohbad revealed details of the tragic day of his son's passing.
In an effort to set a better example for his kid, he spoke of his efforts to help Naira Marley change for the better.

Then, after seeing Naira Marley dining with his son Mohbad and comprehending the darker side of Naira Marley that his son had expressed, he continued to express his mental struggle.

The bereaved father disclosed that his kid had experienced repeated physical abuse; originally, he had reported this to the police, but regrettably, no action was taken.

This upsetting pattern of abuse persisted, including an event that happened when Zlatan was working on a movie.

The preacher father of Mohbad emphasized his desire for justice but also indicated that his religious convictions prevented him from pursuing customary legal proceedings. He also suggested that a DNA test might be used to determine the truth.

In the words of Mohbad's father:

My son d!ed at about 3pm, nobody called me. By the time I got to his house, it was 10pm and I saw a lot of crowd. We were denied a police report at the station, We tried to take him to the mortuary but there was no space, I couldn’t be watching him in the house. I had to bury him. Nigerians should forgive me if I offended them. Nobody loves him like me. I have never seen Samlarry before in my life. The first day I went to Naira Marley’s house, Mohbad was eating and Naira picked a spoon and was eating with him. This really touched me that he loved him so much but my son told me Naira was evil. When I went to Naira’s room to beg him to forgive my son whatever he might have done, I didn’t know he was recording me. The first time Samlarry ever beat him, he told me not to say anything, he reported at the police station but nothing was done. Since then he had always been living with fear. He was beaten again during his video shoot with Zlatan. I need justice for him. As a Pastor, I can’t fight this traditionally because of my religion. If they want to do the DNA test, let them do it.”
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