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During a sermon in Leicester, United Kingdom, Pastor Tunde Bakare, the Serving Overseer of the Citadel Global Community Church, made remarks regarding the late Nigerian singer, Ilerioluwa Aloba, known as Mohbad. Bakare suggested that Mohbad may have experienced the consequences of his actions in life.
Speaking on the theme of 'Harvest,' Bakare mentioned that he and his wife had listened to a tape about Mohbad, who died at the age of 27. He noted that the late artist had associated with individuals involved in negative activities, including drinking and smoking.

Bakare emphasized that he wasn't blaming Mohbad but was conveying a message about the consequences of one's actions. He questioned the appropriateness of the name "Moh Bad" and recounted a story about another individual who was known as "Eshu" (devil) due to his nickname. This person, after causing a fatal car accident, denied being the devil, saying, "Mee Sheshu Mee Shushu" (I Am not the devil).

The pastor's remarks appear to serve as a cautionary message about the potential consequences of one's actions and associations.