Ndlea Arrest Zino And Mohbad, We Never Arrested, Detained

Here we will give details about Mohbad as public search about him online. The public is searching the internet to know more about Mohbad and not just to know the current news regarding his arrest. So, we have brought information about Mohbad in this article for our readers. Not only that we will also provide details about his ongoing viral news regarding his arrest as the public searches for that news. So, keep reading the article to know more.

Ndlea to arrest Zin and Mohbad

According to the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), the late Nigerian musician, Aloba Oladimeji, also known as Mohbad, was neither detained nor arrested in any of its locations as claimed. Responding to claims that its agents forced the late musician to ingest the liquid after he was arrested, NDLEA spokesperson Femi Babafemi disclosed this to THE WHISTLER on Saturday. The allegations surfaced on Saturday after an incomplete video surfaced online of the late artist talking about his experience of consuming something in bottled water at a hospital.

The late musician was photographed writhing in pain as he tried to speak in Yoruba while lying on a hospital bed. “…Now they gave me a drink and said I was using narcotics. I was told to sip water. It was in a water bottle. I was the only one of the others drinking water. The others were not asked to drink water either. That’s not a lie. So I told them I didn’t do anything…,” the late musician, whose death sparked online protests and controversy, was recorded as saying.

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The video was followed by remarks asking the NDLEA to provide details of what they gave the late singer. Although the video originally surfaced on Saturday, neither the date it was recorded nor the circumstances leading to his admission to the hospital were mentioned. In an interview with THE WHISTLER, Babafemi called the widespread report “fake news”. “He was never arrested, let alone in our custody,” he claimed. The incident they allude to happened in February 2022 when we raided the house and made six arrests at Naira Marley’s residence. According to several sources, on February 24, 2022, NDLEA agents raided Naira Marley’s residence while she was abroad and arrested Mohbad and Oniyide Azeez, also known as Zinoleesky, for illegal possession of hard drugs.

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