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Mohbad Was Taken To The Hospital On a Bike  — Mohbad’s wife, Wunmi, Continues Her Testimony

Mohbad Was Taken To The Hospital On a Bike  — Mohbad’s wife, Wunmi, Continues Her Testimony

Cynthia wunmi Aloba, the wife of late singer Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba also known as Mohbad gave her testimony of the events before the singer’s death at the coroner’s inquest on Tuesday, November 7, 2023.

In her testimony which lasted for over three hours, she told the court that after Mohbad complained of discomfort, his friend, Ajisegiri Ayobami AKA DJ Bami and the nurse both stepped out to get something.

However when she, Wunmi, entered the room she met Mohbad on the floor and knew then that something strange was happening.

“I ran out to find help as Mohbad’s car was at the mechanic’s. I ran to knock on the gate of our neighbour who came to help carry him. There was a traffic jam on our way.

The driver touched Mohbad’s hand and said it was cold. We quickly came down to find a bike to take us to the hospital. The photographer was with Mohbad on a bike while I followed them on another bike.

“I stayed outside as they didn’t allow me into the ward as they took him in. A few moments later they told me he was dead. I didn’t believe and I quickly called Mohbad’s cousin Darosha to come because I didn’t believe the Doctor. Darosha took him to another hospital where he was said to be brought in dead,” Wunmi said in tears.

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