The late Nigerian singer, Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba, popularly known as Mohbad, has been posthumously honored with two awards at the Supreme Dynamic Talent Academy Awards in Ghana.
The awards ceremony bestowed two accolades upon the artist, who passed away under mysterious circumstances at the age of 27.
Mohbad was celebrated as the “Supreme African Street-Hop Artist of the Year” and the recipient of the “Supreme African Song of the Year” for his track titled “Beast and Peace.”
The recognition comes amid an outpouring of grief and shock over the untimely demise of the talented artist.
Before his tragic passing, Mohbad was expected to personally receive his award nomination and approval letter.
The event was marred by controversy, leaving fans and the music industry grappling with the loss of a rising star.
The organizers of the prestigious awards also unveiled a new category dedicated to honoring outstanding artists each year, with the inaugural recipient being Mohbad.
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.
Fans react to the award given to late Mohbad
Reactions have trailed the awards given to the late singer. Here are some of the comments below.
@holy_spireet: “May I never be celebrated posthumously, may I never die young, may I never get fame through death”
@holy_spireet: “May Mohbad’s soul rest in eternal peace.”
@arinola7359′: “Loju won Imole di Legend.”
@kissgwennie: “Wunmi or the mother should go and retrieve it.”
@mojirayooluwa: “And I promised myself not to cry again. Iwo Olorun, why dem kill this boy bayiii.”
@amazing_.gracious_’: “When light cometh darkness disappears. ## Imole lives on.”
@onyiyechi648: “Nigeria no recognize their own mtcheew. Imole I wish you never stayed in this country thank you Ghana and thank you The supreme dynamic talent academy. I guess the family never knew he more than a son to them guess they won’t have buried him like that at the start.”
@abikepeperenpe: “Even in d€ath he keeps shining.”
@shandybim_couture: “Congratulations Liam m.”