Reno Omokri has raised concerns regarding the whereabouts and actions of Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour and Peter Obi, who respectively represent the Labour Party as the gubernatorial candidate in Lagos state and the presidential candidate. His concerns revolve around the need for justice following the tragic passing of the late singer Mohbad on September 12, under circumstances that have raised controversy.

In a recent Instagram post, Reno Omokri pointed out the proactive collaboration between Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu and the Lagos State Police Command in the pursuit of justice for Mohbad. He expressed his curiosity about the conspicuous silence and inaction of Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour and Peter Obi in response to this unfortunate incident, especially considering their prompt involvement in addressing other unfortunate events during the election period.

Omokri’s post underscores that, regardless of any criticisms aimed at Governor Sanwo-Olu, he is actively engaged in tangible efforts to ensure justice for Mohbad, with his office and staff actively supporting the ongoing investigation. In stark contrast, Omokri questions the absence of Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour and Peter Obi, who had previously displayed swift responses to various incidents during the election campaign but now appear to be conspicuously silent since the passing of the 27-year-old singer.

In summary, Omokri’s post highlights that Governor Sanwo-Olu is actively collaborating with the Lagos State Police Command to secure justice for Mohbad, while expressing concern over the apparent absence of Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour and Peter Obi from addressing this tragic incident. It raises the question of whether an election is the sole focus of their attention, as they seem to have overlooked Mohbad’s need for support in this challenging time.