In a recent development in the Mohbad case, Prime Boy’s mother has made an emotional plea to Nigerians, claiming her son’s innocence in the tragic events surrounding Mohbad’s death. The plot unravels into a tangle of intrigue, mistrust, and unresolved questions.
Prime Boy and Mohbad were more than simply buddies; they were family. During Mohbad’s lifetime, Prime Boy’s mother treated them as her own sons, stressing the two young men’s strong friendship. She was adamant that her son, Prime Boy, would never harm Mohbad because of their tight bond.
Recall that some days ago the Lagos State Nigerian Police Force had declared Prime Boy wanted, and the tale took a sinister turn. Prime Boy was allegedly one of the last people seen with Mohbad before his sad death.
Prime Boy himself shared a frightening video of himself in a car with Mohbad’s lifeless body alongside him. Following the release of this video, Prime Boy vanished, leaving netizens in the dark regarding his location.
Prime Boy’s presence at the police station was regularly requested to aid their investigation, but he remained evasive, causing the police to issue a wanted notice. Prime Boy, on the other hand, freely surrendered to authorities for questioning a day after being declared wanted.
Prime Boy’s interrogation added a fresh degree of complication to the case. He claimed that Mohbad and his wife had a poor relationship, and that Mohbad had assaulted him before his death for intervening to resolve conflicts between him and his wife. Prime Boy, on the other hand, maintained his innocence and denied any participation in Mohbad’s death.
Notably, the authorities had earlier identified a major suspect in Mohbad’s death: an alleged auxiliary nurse accused of injecting him and causing his untimely death. However, the identity of this auxiliary nurse is unknown.
Prime Boy’s mother begged Nigerians to exercise caution and refrain from passing judgment on her son in an emotional plea. The inquiry into Mohbad’s death is riddled with complexity, and it is critical that the investigation be allowed to proceed.