Mohbad, the late Nigerian singer also known as Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba, has been posthumously recognized with two awards at the Supreme Dynamic Talent Academy Awards in Ghana.
The ceremony honored the artist, who tragically passed away at the age of 27, with the titles of “Supreme African Street-Hop Artist of the Year” and “Supreme African Song of the Year” for his track “Beast and Peace.”
This acknowledgment comes in the midst of a wave of grief and shock surrounding the untimely death of the talented musician.
Unfortunately, Mohbad was unable to personally accept his nominations and approval letter before his passing.
The event itself was met with controversy, leaving fans and the music industry grappling with the loss of a promising star.
Additionally, the organizers of the esteemed awards introduced a new category dedicated to annually honoring exceptional artists, with Mohbad as its inaugural recipient.
The late singer was immortalized as the “Supreme Imole Rookie Street-Pop Artiste of the Year,” ensuring that his impact on the music industry endures beyond his lifetime.
Since Mohbad’s passing, a wave of calls for justice has swept through the entertainment industry, with several celebrities advocating for a thorough investigation into the circumstances surrounding the singer’s death.
Authorities have made arrests, detaining people connected to the case. It was revealed by the police that the singer had received three injections, shedding light on the mysterious circumstances surrounding his demise.