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Samuel Oguachuba, known as Samklef, is trying to resolve the controversy surrounding Mohbad’s death. The singer’s death has caused so much uproar in the music industry that many have tried to uncover its mystery.

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The music producer, who relocated abroad a few years ago has penned a lengthy letter to Naira Marley and Sam Larry.

Since the two were among the people named to have oppressed Mohbad, Samklef wrote to encourage them to prove their innocence.

In his letter, the former music producer turned blogger said the music industry has been thrown into sadness over the death of Mohbad. He informed the duo that a candlelight procession is taking place on Thursday, which was organised by Mohbad’s fans.

Samklef advised Naira Marley and Sam Larry to attend the event as a sign of solidarity and to prove they were not responsible for killing the young singer. According to him, if the two of them attend the event, it would mean a lot to the other artistes and fans who loved the late singer.

@jnrpope: “I laughed so hard after reading this letter …… klef noni U Sabi Set Trap sha” @oluwastoppedmytear:s “After Samlarry and Nairamarley finish reading this, bro… E sure me sey dem go really swear for you.” @qween_dara001: “Oh yes, I see no reason you both should miss your brother’s Candlelight … To avoid being Shattered again o!”… @thesugarbabeey: “I support this letter button.” @dunmah_ikah: “If them born there papa well make dem show face for Lagos, Mohbad don talk say nah them go leave Lagos and it’s happening.”

@king_hephb: “SAMKLEF OOOO. I don’t see why they shouldn’t attend this Event. At least they both said they love him, and he was his brother, so come show your last respect to your artist, and the matter go settle.” @obaksolo “Klef werey, Make them send money for Candle Light Shirt too.” @iamkeyzemmanuel: “Naira Marley and Sammy Larry. See as their names rhyme.”

@t_love_miami: “Gaskiani. We no go even touch them.”

@redrickakinnola: “That will result in jungle justice for them, guilty or not; just imagine what people will do to them o loo fa”