“No More Naira Marley And Marlian Music In Our Studio, Oyo State Generally”– Splash FM Says As They Stop Playing Naira Marley Songs All Over Their Radio Station

Written by fazazy39

Splash FM, a prominent radio network in Nigeria, has made the decision to prohibit the airing of songs by Naira Marley on all of its stations. This determination has been prompted by the ongoing inquiry into the untimely passing of the late musician, Mohbad.

This recent development regarding Splash FM’s prohibition of Naira Marley’s songs was conveyed via an internal memorandum distributed to the organization’s personnel on Monday, coinciding with the commencement of the police investigation into the circumstances surrounding Mohbad’s death. The memo provided additional insight into the rationale behind this decision.

“This takes immediate effect,” the statement reiterated.

The ongoing controversy surrounding Naira Marley in relation to Mohbad’s death has been intensifying, given the mysterious circumstances surrounding the latter’s passing.

While there is presently no direct evidence linking Naira Marley to Mohbad’s demise, the emergence of videos and public concern has prompted demands for an investigation into the singer’s tragic death. The situation continues to be closely monitored, with authorities conducting inquiries.

The online videos that have surfaced portray a disturbing pattern of alleged mistreatment that Mohbad reportedly endured from Naira Marley and his associates, including Sammy Larry. One of these videos showed Sammy Larry disrupting Mohbad’s music video shoot.

These videos have contributed to the mounting concern and calls for a comprehensive investigation into the circumstances surrounding Mohbad’s death. The situation remains a subject of public interest and scrutiny.

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