Mokhbado: "I'm not my father" - Oba Elegushi expresses feelings for late singer's son

Mokhbado: “I'm not my father” – Oba Elegushi expresses feelings for late singer's son

The Elegushi of Ikate Elegushi Kingdom, Oba Saheed Elegushi, has denied claims that he is the father of late singer Ireli Oluwa Aroba, alias Mohabado’s son Liam.

Elegushi said the rumors were a desperate attempt to tarnish his reputation.

Paternity issues have been at the forefront following Mokhvad's death, with the late singer's father demanding a DNA test to confirm whether Liam is his grandson.

TikToker Oloriebimusicproduction2 made several posts on his TikTok page, claiming that the king may have been involved in the death of the late Mokhbad.

It was also alleged that the monarch was using his influence to obstruct justice for the late singer.

In response, the monarch said the allegations were baseless accusations aimed at tarnishing his character.

Oba Elegushi also disclosed that a petition has been filed against the individuals who spread these allegations.

His media consultant Deyemi Saka said in a statement: “We wish to respond to yet another desperate attempt to drag His Majesty Oba Saheed Elegushi into an unnecessary paternity dispute over the son of Ilerioluwa Aroba, popularly known as Mohubado.

“The widely syndicated falsehoods were promoted by some individuals with underlisted profiles on the social media app TikTok, namely Oloriebimusicproduction2, PEKINS RULES, WESTO4LIVE. Also, Autosuccessora, Olubukola Jesse, Teniologo and Trani Ilesanmi are also promoting similar falsehoods.

“This is to inform the public that this claim is false and a figment of the evil imagination of these people.

“HRM Oba Saheed Ademola Elegushi, through his lawyer, has submitted a petition against these people to the Nigeria Police Force and other relevant security agencies to enforce their fundamental human rights and protect them from cyberbullying.Meanwhile; He looks forward to the request of the Nigeria Police Force to cooperate with relevant international security agencies in seeking this redress. ”

While expressing his condolences to the deceased singer's family, Oba Elegushi appealed to the people not to drag traditional institutions into paternity disputes.

“I must stress that Oba Elegushi, like many Nigerians, is saddened by the sudden death of Mohubado and calls for a thorough investigation and speedy justice.

“While we pray to Almighty God to grant the Aroba people immense strength to bear this painful loss, we wish to honor the integrity of His Majesty King Oba Saheed Elegushi and the revered traditional heritage he represents. We appeal to people not to drag the integrity of the institution into public disrepute,” the statement noted.


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