“He Came To Tell Me Goodbye”- when I was praying that morning, I saw him briefly in a vision walking in my front where I knelt. Mohbad’s mother narrates

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The mother of the late Nigerian singer Mohbad has shared an emotional account of a vision she experienced shortly after her son’s passing.

In her heartfelt recollection, Mohbad’s mother expressed the spiritual connection she felt with her son, even after his tragic death.

She revealed that while praying in the early hours of the morning, she had a vision in which she briefly saw her son walking ahead of her.

Her narrative reads, “On Tuesday, the day my son passed away, I was praying early in the morning when I briefly saw him in a vision walking in front of me as I knelt.

I immediately called his wife to inquire about him, and she reassured me that he was fine, sleeping beside her. She then mentioned that he had injured his hand while performing on Sunday and was resting. I had just left their house on Saturday after spending 10 days with them.”

You can watch her recount her experience in the video below.

“I have just spent 5 months in the new house Mohbad rented for me”- Mohbad’s mother reveals

Naijalegit previously reported that Mohbad’s mother revealed that she had recently spent five months in the house her son had rented for her.

In an emotional video, Mrs. Aloba shared how Mohbad had rented a shop for her and purchased two large deep freezers and a substantial generator.

She also disclosed that the singer had promised to give her 5 million Naira to purchase goods for her shop before his untimely passing. Additionally, she mentioned that he regularly provided her with a monthly allowance.

Part of her statement read, “I have just spent 5 months in the new house Mohbad rented for me. He just rented a spacious shop for me and provided funds for me to buy 2 large freezers and a substantial generator. On the day he passed away, he had promised to send me N5 million so I could stock up the shop. He used to give me a monthly allowance for my expenses. My son never got to fully enjoy his life because he always lived in fear.”

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