Tunde Bakare, the general overseer of the Citadel Global Community Church, says the late singer Mohbad “reaped the reward of his unpleasant lifestyle while alive”.


Mohbad died on September 12 and was buried the next day.

The circumstance surrounding his death has continued to stir up controversies on social media.

Speaking at the 2nd an­niversary of The Envoy Nation, a UK-based church, on Sunday, Bakare said the late singer “asso­ciated with evil people while he was alive”.


The cleric argued that the 27-year-old artiste engaged in an “unpleasant lifestyle” and failed to realise “that he would soon be cut down at the prime of youth”.

During the summit titled ‘Harvest’, the clergyman also rhetorically asked the congregation “if Mohbad is a good name”.

“My wife and I listened to a tape last night on MohBad. How many of you know Mohbad? The Nigerian artiste who died at 27? Mohbad,” he asked.


“When he was drinking and smoking and associating with evil men, he did not know that the harvest would come so soon and that he would soon be cut down at the prime of youth.

“I am not blaming him, I am just telling you. Is Mohbad a good name? Moh Bad.”


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Thousands of fans have protested nationwide while demanding justice for the late singer.

The Lagos police inaugurated a 13-man special investigation team to probe Mohbad’s death on September 18.


Last Thursday, the police exhumed Mohbad’s corpse for autopsy and are awaiting the results.

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