The 45-year-old was accompanied on the visit on Wednesday by actress Foluke Daramola, skitmaker KieKie and others after being invited by the police chief to ask questions on investigation into the 27-year-old singer’s death.
They all wore white T-shirts that had “JusticeforMohbad” printed on them along with a picture of the late singer.
“Because we could not have the peaceful walk yesterday the CP had allowed us to come and see him today,” Iyabo said in a video posted on her Instagram page.
She also said the peaceful walk was cancelled by the police for fear of it being hijacked by hoodlums.
“They didn’t want us to have the walk because they didn’t want some hoodlums to come and hijack the walk. We are going to be seeing the CP and asking him a lot of questions and he’s going to be transparent.”
She also said that the investigation into Mohbad’s death by the 13-man committee set up by Mr Owohunwa has started.
“They’ve started the investigation. They’ve started all that they want to do.”
On Monday, she visited former Marlian Music associate Matthew Aderoju popularly known as DJ Splash to offer support and ask questions on his fallout with the record label owned by Naira Marley.
She also visited Mohbad’s mother on Tuesday to express her sympathy and sign a condolence register.
Mohbad died on September 12, leaving behind his wife, a five-month-old son and both parents.
He was buried the next day in the Ikorodu area of Lagos.