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“Was the plan to kill Mohbad and transfer assets to the child?” — Kemi Olunloyo



"Was the plan to kill Mohbad and transfer assets to the child?" -- Kemi Olunloyo

Highly rated investigative journalist, Kemi Olunloyo has dropped another twist to the Mohbad controversy amidst DNA narratives surrounding the deceased artiste’s son, alleged to be fathered by Sam Larry.

In an Instagram post on her platform, the controversial journalist dropped a series of questions that gives another angle to the late Mohbad’s story, and one that seems ever indicting to the Marlian crew headed by Naira Marley and Sam Larry.

Olunloyo, known for her controversial reporting, disclosed through her Instagram account on September 25 that Sam Larry is the father of Mohbad’s son, claiming in her post that she has submitted her findings to the police for investigation.

The revelation comes after Kemi Olunloyo previously alleged that Mohbad‘s wife had engaged in intimate relations with members of the Marlian music group.

In her Instagram post, Olunloyo stated, “A BREAK IN THE MOHBAD CASE FROM DUBAI UAE 🇦🇪👶🏽🍼SAM LARRY REPORTEDLY FATHERED MOHBAD’S SON.” She also mentioned that a full video detailing her investigation can be found on her Facebook page.

Kemi Olunloyo raised several questions and points of intrigue in her post:

The investigative journalist raised several questions and concerns, including the motive behind Mohbad’s alleged death. She delved into the possibility that the plan might have been to eliminate Mohbad, transferring all his music assets to the baby and wife, who allegedly betrayed him and had a child reportedly belonging to Sam Larry.

"Was the plan to kill Mohbad and transfer assets to the child?" -- Kemi Olunloyo

“What was the motive of Mohbad’s death?

“Was the plan to eliminate Mohbad and all his music assets transferred to the baby and wife who betrayed him and had a baby who already allegedly belongs to Sam?

“Sam could inherit all Mohbad’s assets as father of the boy and why I cautioned Nigerians against donating to mom and son. The N30M should be frozen by the bank because technically he didn’t lose his father.

Olunloyo further speculated about the whereabouts of Mohbad’s phones, last seen with someone named Wunmi after his transportation to and from the hospital. She pondered whether Mohbad might have been buried alive, suggesting the use of a long-acting benzodiazepine, Midolazam, which could have rendered him unconscious, and then possibly strangled, alluding to a broken neck.

“Where are Mohbad’s phones last seen with Wunmi after he was transported to and from the hospital?

“Was Mohbad buried alive while injected with Midolazam a long acting benzodiazepine that came up in discussions knocked him unconscious and then possibly strangled? His neck in the coffin ⚰️appeared broken.

She questioned why Naira Marley had remained silent about a DNA test allegedly conducted in Dubai, for which he possessed a copy. Olunloyo also raised concerns about the reported dispute between Sam Larry and Mohbad over the custody of the child.

“Why did Naira Marley keep quiet about the DNA test done in Dubai as he has a copy.

“Why was Sam Larry fighting Mohbad for his son and why Mohbad refused to hand him over

The journalist mentioned threats of a N300 million lawsuit made by Wunmi’s family against VDBM. She inquired into the circumstances surrounding a financial transaction involving Cubana Chiefpriest, who allegedly gave N4 million to Mohbad’s father shortly before the suspected murder, as per UBA bank records.

“Why was Wunmi’s family threatening VDBM with a N300M lawsuit?

“Why did Cubana Chiefpriest give Mohbad’s dad N4M days before his suspected murder according to my UBA bank records? Why did he lie that only Davido gave him N2M which he later said only N1M was delivered to him.

The post also mentioned the immediate flight of an individual named Sanusi, described as a Dubai-based crypto yahoo boy, to Dubai after Mohbad’s alleged murder. Sanusi was reportedly seen in close proximity to Mohbad’s body, at the car dealership, and near Iyabo Ojo during the condolence register signing.