Mohbad didn’t leave any will behind – Management tells singer’s father
The management of Ilerioluwa Aloba, popularly known as Mohbad, the late Nigerian singer, has denied allegations made by his father that the crooner left a will.
This follows Mohbad’s father, Joseph Aloba, expressing his surprise that his son had already written a will at such a young age in a recent interview. He claimed to have noticed that Mohbad’s signature was missing from the will, leaving him perplexed as to why his son had consented to use a thumbprint rather than his own.
On Monday, January 15, 2024, the late musician’s management shared a statement via his official Instagram page, describing the claim as “false and misleading.”
“As has been falsely reported recently, neither Mohbad’s lawyer nor any members of his management have informed the public or any members of the family that a will or any similar thumb-printed document exists.
“If such a document had existed, it would have been properly registered with the Probate Registry, I would like to say with absolute certainty. Therefore, we humbly ask that people please refrain from disseminating such untrue and deceptive statements,” the statement said.
The “Feel Good” hitmaker’s management went on to say that “on September 12, 2023, all accounts owned and controlled by Imole during his lifetime were immediately put on a post-no-debit order.” To date, this order is still in effect.”