Joseph Ayoba, father of the late singer Oladimeji Aloba popularly known as Mohbad, has shared a dream he had two days before his son’s death.
He revealed the dream on Wednesday after the burial of his 27-year-old son in the Ikorodu area of Lagos.
“I dreamt concerning him maybe two days to the incident. In my dream, I saw someone that is holding gun to shoot, I was even thinking I escaped the bullet not knowing something like this would happen to me now,” he told blogger and skit maker Soja Prank Man.
Mr Aloba also said he shared more than a father-son relationship with his son and visited him the weekend before his death.
His words: “Mohbad is my friend. I called him Oladimeji (meaning my second) because I’m the only son of my parents. We were close.
“The last day we met, which was last Saturday, I went there (Mohbad’s house) and we dined together. When I was leaving, he also gave me some money like he always did.”
While reacting to rumours circulating across social media about what led to the death of his son, Aloba said he was unsure of the news.
He said, “According to what I heard from people, though I don’t believe, was that an auxiliary nurse administered him an injection, and that could have led to anything.”
Mohbad died on Tuesday.
The ‘Feel Good’ singer had a son with his girlfriend Omowunmi.
Mohbad is best known for his hit singles ‘Ponmo’, ‘Feel Good’, and ‘KPK (Ko Por Ke)’ with Rexxie.
He was nominated for Best Street Hip-Hop Artiste at the recently held 16th Headies Awards for his song ‘Peace’.