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Fans of the late Nigerian singer, Mohbad, have demanded justice as they gathered at Unity Fountain in the central business district of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.
The candlelight procession, organized by “Mohbad Abuja Fans,” was aimed at demanding justice in light of the singer’s untimely death.
The event reportedly commenced promptly at 7 pm, with fans including Tonto Dikeh wearing white T-shirts, symbolizing purity and mourning.
During the candlelight procession, participants paid their respects to Mohbad by playing and dancing to his songs.
The atmosphere was filled with both sorrow and celebration as fans reminisced about the artist’s music and impact.
The well-coordinated event showcased the deep connection between Mohbad and his fans, who came together to honor his memory.
The online community commended the fans for their dedication and unity in seeking justice for the late singer.
@effedeborah said: “May our lights not be put out prematurely, Amen.”
@richy_billy_02 said: “Mohbad is the light.”
@thatgirl_nayang reacted: “The light can never die.”
@hb_enter commented: “Kai these people go touch light, The world has never seen anything like this before TBH, NIGERIA is a highly influential country I must say.”
@voguebykendra said; “Fly high General.”
@realmelvis said: “Abuja was really organized.”
@iamblackbharbie22 reacted: “Hope they won’t tear gas like the way they did in lagos oo.”
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