Sunday, April 21, 2024
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Nigerian activist writes to Embassies to prevent Mohbad’s wife, Omowunmi from leaving the country

Human rights advocate Akinola Adelabu-Soul has penned urgent correspondence to 13 embassies in Nigeria, urging them to intervene and prevent the departure of Omowunmi and Liam amidst ongoing investigations into Mohbad’s death.

Titled “Urgent Request to Monitor and Prevent Departure of Mohbad’s Wife and Child,” the letter emphasizes the necessity of their presence in light of the ambiguous circumstances surrounding the artist’s demise, with suspicions implicating a particular nurse in his murder.

Adelabu-Soul stresses the sensitivity of the case, warning that the absence of Omowunmi and Liam could compromise the investigation’s integrity.

The letter was addressed to key embassies including those of the United States, Brazil, France, Italy, Russia, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, Germany, Cyprus, Greenland, Canada, South Korea, and China. Copies were also sent to the Nigerian Immigration Service and the Lagos State Police Command headquarters.

Responding to the letter, Omowunmi’s lawyer, Taiwo Olawanle, challenged Adelabu-Soul’s authority to issue such correspondence, suggesting alternative channels for addressing his concerns. Olawanle affirmed that Omowunmi has no intention of leaving the country, reiterating her commitment to seeking justice for her husband and uncovering the truth behind his death.

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Nigerian activist writes to Embassies to prevent Mohbad’s wife, Omowunmi and Liam from leaving the country

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