Sam Larry’s passport has reportedly been blacklisted by Kenyan authority

Naira Marley and Sam Larry have allegedly been arrested over assault on Mohbad

Mohbad’s death was easily one of the most emotionally charged and well-known celebrity deaths. New disclosures and developments emerge with each passing day, and the latest twist in this sad story includes Sam Larry, an aide to Naira Marley who has supposedly been blacklisted in Kenya.

As the issue over Sam Larry’s alleged participation in Mohbad’s killing heats up, Kenyan authorities are said to have taken a significant move. The Kenyan government has disclosed that Sam Larry’s passport has been blocked, thereby barring him from entering the country.

This shocking incident was revealed in a message posted by Morgan Dmw, a Davido ally. This is what was revealed during a conversation with a Kenyan official:

“Good morning sir I am informed he wants to travel to Dubai secretly but unfortunately as per Yesterday and my Director of Crime Investigation and public prosecutions Kenya has talked.


His passport was blacklisted and a stop order until he is arrested and investigated on his entry purpose to Kenya and deported back to Nigeria as we believe he has an ongoing criminal case to aid in the investigation and be held responsible if found liable with charges on him.


The director watched all the videos on social media and write up and he said it is enough to claim he is dangerous and a treat to the people of Kenya”

Sam Larry was first linked to the passing of Mohbad when a video surfaced showing Mohbad being assaulted by him. It had only fueled the flames of speculation.


Later, it was revealed that Mohbad himself had signed a petition against Sam Larry for the assault he endured. This disturbing footage raised questions about what else might have transpired behind closed doors.

Adding to the already controversial situation, Mohbad had taken Marlian Music to court, for his unpaid royalties. This legal battle, which remained unresolved at the time of his death, raised further doubts about the relationship between the artist and his label.



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