Mohbad’s Father Shares Dream He Had Just Days Before His Son’s Death

the interview took a somber turn when Mr. Ayoba discussed the dream he had just two days before the tragic incident.

Mohbad's Father Explains Midnight Burial Decision-TSZ Naija
Mohbad's Father Explains Midnight Burial Decision

Mr. Ayoba recently shared a poignant and heart-rending account of a dream he had just two days before the tragic passing of his son.

In an interview with the online blogger @og_baba1, Mr. Ayoba disclosed that his relationship with his late son, the artist known as Mohbad, was characterized more by friendship than the traditional father-to-son dynamic.

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Recalling their final moments together, Mr. Ayoba revealed that he had visited his son last Saturday, and they had enjoyed a meal together. Their bond was so close that he affectionately referred to Mohbad as “Oladimeji,” signifying a deeply personal connection.

However, the interview took a somber turn when Mr. Ayoba discussed the dream he had just two days before the tragic incident. In this dream, he recounted a chilling experience in which he perceived someone attempting to shoot him.

Little did he know that this ominous vision would foreshadow the impending tragedy that would befall his family.

Regarding the circumstances surrounding his son’s untimely demise, Mr. Ayoba mentioned that he had heard reports from others, though he expressed skepticism.

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According to hearsay, an auxiliary nurse had administered an injection to Mohbad, which may have contributed to the unfortunate turn of events.

Watch below;

The interview serves as a poignant reminder of the complexities of human relationships and the profound impact of dreams, leaving Mr. Ayoba to grapple with the painful loss of his son while cherishing the cherished memories of their time together.

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