(Video) “Naira Marley Put Drugs In My Kids’ Food, Drinks” – Iyabo Ojo Alleges, Promises To Deal With Singer
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Popular Nigerian movie actress and businesswoman, Iyabo Ojo has revealed that she used to send her kids to singer Azeez Fashola, popularly known as Naira Marley’s house and the latter would lace their food and drinks with illegal substances.

She claimed about three people also testified to her allegations against the singer.

In a viral video shared online, Iyabo Ojo is seen in her car stating that she thought Naira Marley is sensible person but now knows otherwise.

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The light skinned actress went on to add that she can’t support such person in the case regarding his ex-signee, Mohbad.

Iyabo Ojo added that once late Mohbad gets justice, she would take up her own case against Naira Marley.

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Recall days ago, a joint committee of the House of Representatives invited Naira Marley, as parts of moves to secure proper compensation and royalties for the late Afrobeat singer, Ilerioluwa Aloba, a.k.a. MohBad.

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The joint committee, comprising the committees on Youth, Justice, and Legislative Compliance, in a letter on Thursday, asked Naira Marley and the legal team of the late singer to appear before it on Tuesday, October 31. The letter of invitation was signed by the clerk of the committee, Yusuf Ibrahim.

Mohbad, an ex-signee of Naira Marley’s record label, died at 27 under unclear circumstances on September 12. Naira Marley has also been accused of bullying or ordering the harassment of the late singer, however, police have identified other suspects connected to the death.

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Naira Marley had earlier this month turned himself into the police and was taken into custody for interrogation and other investigation activities by coroner inquest instituted by the Lagos State government.

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