Mr Joseph Aloba has revealed that his late son, Mohbad promised to take up the financial responsibility after he agreed to remarry his wife following the singer’s request.
He said the popular rapper died a month before the wedding that he planned to organise for them in order to reunite as a family.
Speaking in a recent interview, Mr Aloba recounted the day he lost Mohbad and how he got to find out about his health condition from his mother.
The grieving father said he got a call from his estranged wife, whom he reconnected and was on good terms with as a result of the efforts of their deceased son.
According to him, Mohbad wanted them to reunite and give them have a proper wedding as man and wife again, which the parents had agreed to.
Unfortunately, a month before the wedding ceremony was supposed to take place, the artiste passed away at 27 years.
Mr Aloba said; “Mohbad’s mother called me that your son is sick and at the hospital. We were in good terms, it was a month to the wedding he wanted to do for me and his mother. He is a child I love and it was what he wanted me to do. He said the stress of meeting us at different locations was stressful”.
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The mother of Nigerian singer, Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba aka Mohbad, identified as Promise Oladimeji Aloba, has said her late son promised to give her N5m for her business on the day he died.
She made the revelation during an interview with TVC News, where she recalled how the rapper moved her from Ikorodu to a new apartment in Lagos.
Mrs. Oladimeji also said he rented a space which encompasses three shops for her and gave her money which she used to buy a generator and two big freezers. The woman said she was expecting to get N5 million from her son to buy goods on the day he passed away.
Her words; “I usually didn’t tell people I was Mohbad’s mother, because he was scared I might get kidnapped. I have spent just five months in the new house he rented for me, and he visited me three times before his demise. He took me out of where I was living before to Ikorodu (in Lagos). He said he wanted to be visiting me from time to time.
“He recently rented a space consisting of three shops for me, but I am yet to move there. He gave me money that I used to buy two big freezers and a big generator. The day he died, he promised to send me N5m, so I could buy goods for the shop.”