“Even in d€@th, he’s still shining” – Mohbad receives two awards in Ghana, a testament to his continued success and impact.

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Mohbad, the late Nigerian singer Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba, who passed away mysteriously, is honored with two posthumous awards in Ghana, a recognition of his enduring impact.

The Supreme Dynamic Talent Academy Awards in Ghana posthumously recognized the late singer, Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba (Mohbad), at the age of 27, with awards for Supreme African Street-Hop Artist of the Year and Supreme African Song of the Year (“Beast and Peace”).

The singer was expected to receive his award nomination and approval letter before passing away in controversial circumstances.

The prestigious award’s organizers also honored the late singer by creating a new award category that will be given to the best artists each year.

He was immortalized as Supreme Imole Rookie Street-Pop Artiste of the Year.

Since his death, many celebrities have called for justice for the late singer, while others have been arrested and detained. Police had discovered how the singer died after receiving three injections.

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