- One of the late Mohbad's songs, Peace, was played on a large screen in a lecture hall in Canada
- The Nigerian lady who shared the video said her lecturer told her to recommend a song at the beginning of the class, and she thought of Mohbad
- The lady shook her body vibed to the song while some white students could be seen walking into the lecture hall
A lady in Canada played Mohbad's song during a lecture, which made people happy.
In a video she posted on TikTok, the lady said her lecturer asked her to recommend a song.
She did not waste time before picking 'Peace', a song released in 2021 by the singer Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba, known professionally as Mohbad.
Lady in Canada entertains people with Mohbad's song
The video was posted by @reemymira0, who was seen vibing to the song alongside another lady.
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Mohbad tragically passed on on September 12 in controversial circumstances.
Since then, his songs have become popular as his name trended on social media for many days.
Some people pained by his death believe he did not die naturally, prompting the police to exhume his body for an autopsy.
Watch the video below:
TikTok users react as lady plays Mohbad's song in Canada
"Next time recommend yungi duu."
"Don’t worry about love, you will get enough when you are gone—Mohbad."
"You’re representing us well. One love."
"You people play song before class? 9ja messed me up for real."
"My own lecturer na to find how to bill person."
"All Africa is proud of you."
"I wish this guy is alive to witness all this."
@Kenny wonder said:
"That's why I'm always proud of my fellow Nigerians. Anywhere they find themselves, they always turnup."
Mohbad's fan visits shrine
In a related story, Legit.ng reported that a man consulted a native doctor to pray against the alleged killers of Mohbad.
The fan was seen in the company of a native doctor in a shrine as they prayed in front of what looked like charms.
They asked the gods to punish whoever orchestrated the death of the 27-year-old singer, whose death sparked outrage.