Members of the House of Representatives have observed one minute silence on Tuesday for late singer, Ilerioluwa Aloba, known as Mohbad.
This is as they tasked the Nigerian police to conduct thorough investigation on the cause of the singer’s death.
The minute silence was observed following a motion of urgent public importance moved by Babajimi Benson, the lawmaker representing Ikorodu Federal Constituency.
Mr Benson informed the House that the House needs to be concerned about the death of the entertainer because of the circumstances surrounding his death.
He explained that the singer suffered bullying and harassment from his record label over a dispute on contract.
The lawmaker prayed the House to review the Copy Rights law to prevent the exploitation of artists by record labels.
The motion was carried by the House and the minute silence was observed to honour the late singer.