Mohbad’s father continues to suspect foul play in his son’s death, as he recounts how he discovered his late son had a will that was thumb printed rather than signed.
In an interview with TVC News, he described how he arrived home to find his son’s body already embalmed locally.
He disclosed, among other things, that when he arrived, what he saw was a lawyer rather than a doctor.
He went on to say that he was surprised to learn that his 26-year-old son had a will, although he, in his 60s, does not.
Mohbad’s father also stated that instead of his signature, this will had Mohbad’s thumb prints.
He was perplexed as to why he needed to use a thumb and not Mohbad’s signature.
By Bisola Fatoye
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