Kemi Olunloyo Slams Iyabo Ojo and Tonto Dikeh Over Mohbad's Funeral Expenses

Kemi Olunloyo Slams Iyabo Ojo and Tonto Dikeh Over Mohbad's Funeral Expenses

Controversial investigative journalist Kemi Olunloyo has criticized Nollywood actresses Iyabo Ojo and Tonto Dikeh for publicly discussing the expenses related to the late singer Mohbad's death.

Tonto Dikeh disclosed that they spent twelve million naira to keep Mohbad's body in the morgue, mentioning a discount from the initial fourteen million.

Kemi Olunloyo took to her Instagram page to share this news and tried to debunk the claims made by Tonto Dikeh and Iyabo Ojo. She argued that the Lagos State government should take responsibility for Mohbad, as they conducted the autopsy, and the amount mentioned by the actresses was an exaggeration.

Kemi Olunloyo also urged them to proceed with Mohbad's burial without further delay and accused them of seeking attention with the singer's death.

She wrote, "Tonto Dikeh has revealed that they have spent 12 million already just to keep Mohbad in the morgue. She said it was supposed to be 14 million but they gave them a discount. Must everything concerning preparation for his burial be transactional?

In the United States, where I spent 32 years and attended many funerals of young and old, people bury corpses within 7 days because of daily mortuary fees, which average $100/day (N100K) for storage and refrigeration. Funeral homes have a daily charge for storing a body, even if it is embalmed. Has the body arrived at Ebony vaults? If so, he should be buried. Let him rest in peace. Is it still with the LASG? Why are you paying the morgue fees and not the state who asked for his exhumation?

Nigerians like to bury elderly people in a month to prepare a large party and gather all the descendants abroad. Families like that have money for mortuary fees, Aso ebi, and the works.

The autopsy is done according to the police, and they are waiting two weeks for the toxicology tests. That 2 weeks is this week. Sam Larry has been grilled, and the police will be addressing the press as they told us on Friday. Now the holiday weekend is over, and we may hear from the police today.

Thank you, Tonto and Iyabo, for taking up the funeral expenses, but keep it under wraps. You did it for God. Announcing the breakdown of the expenses shows you're doing it for CLOUT."

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