GbExtra Blog recalls reporting that Naira Marley’s return to the country landed him in police cell, all in connection with the unfortunate demise of his ex-signee.
Shubomi, in a post via her Instastory, stated that Naira Marley willingly returned to the country and has been kept in detention for nearly 30 days with no charge nor evidence.
She averred that his continued detention might be an attempt to pacify the online community’s outcry.
She wrote; “Keeping someone who willingly travelled back to help in detention for nearly 30 days, with no charge, no evidence, no sufficient witness is a violation of his human rights.
“Keeping him custody to appease social media and the internet mob is crazy.
“I pray nobody experiences being accused of an atrocity you have no hand in. God is in control. We all want truth, justice, What’s the delay”.
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In related news, as part of its ongoing efforts to secure the musical rights of the works of the late singer, Mohbad, the House of Representatives, on Thursday, summoned controversial singer Naira Marley, to appear before it.
According to reports, the House, through its Committee on Justice, Youth and Legislative Compliance, also invited the manager of the late singer, Jiggy Adeoye, to an interactive session slated for Tuesday, October 31.
The House resolution followed the adoption of a motion moved by Babajimi Benson, the lawmaker representing Ikorodu Federal Constituency, Lagos state, on Thursday.
Benson had called for a review of relevant laws guiding the entertainment industry as well as copyright laws while expressing concerns about the contracts and agreements that entertainers are compelled to sign, Vanguard reported.
In a letter dated October 26, signed by the committee’s clerk, Yusuf Ibrahim, the House said both Naira Marley and Mohbad’s manager were needed to guide the committee on further legislative action.