The Executive Director of Jashabel Touch A Heart Foundation (JTAH Foundation), Favour Benson has lend her voice to the unfortunate death of popular Nigerian singer – Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba popularly known as Mohbad.
Speaking at an event recently in Lagos, the human right activist said that Mohbad was the sacrificial lamb that will open the eyes of the people to know the hidden things in the music industry or any other industry in Nigeria.
“My take is that he (Mohbad) was the sacrificial lamb that broke a hold in the music industry. He laid his life so that others would have light and not go through the pains, humiliation and sufferings he went through.
The pain of working and not getting the full benefits of your work, it is really painful, Mohbad is my lenged and icon and a role model, he died so that others may live and learn.
His death exposed a whole lot that people didn’t know was going on underground or knew but couldn’t talk about them, that is the highest sacrifice and I celebrate him more.
I am also lending my voice to the Nigerian Police to do proper investigation and fish out those that has any hand in his death.
They should not kill him a second time by not doing the right thing, I am sure justice will be gotten for him, I believe God and the Nigerian Police force.”
She continued; “The wife should not be subjected to any DNA now, we should let them mourn in peace because posterity has a way of handling such issues.
God has a way of proving people wrong. If you have any proof, go to the police and do the needful.”
“We are waiting patiently and praying that the soul of Mohbad will find rest knowing that justice have been served,” She said
I pray that others coming up will say *it is because of Mohbad that our record label started treating us well*”, She said.
Speaking on Jashabel Touch A Heart Foundation, she said that the foundation is still busy resolving cases and planning for our event.
“At Jashabel Touch A Heart Foundation, we are doing very well as we keep on resolving Issues involving cases of gender and domestic violence in Nigeria” She concluded.