Youth hold candle procession for late singer mohbad in Ekiti.
On Tuesday night in Ado-Ekiti, hundreds of young people participated in a candlelit parade however in memory of the late. Musician Ilerioluwa Aloba, well known as Mohbad.
According to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), the young people, who were dressed in black, lit candles to say goodbye to the late musician. The well-liked Adekunle Fajuyi Park, which served as a starting point for Mohbad enthusiasts from all across the state, was completely packed.
Additionally, the development resulted in traffic backups beneath the Fajuyi Bridge as drivers searched for a way through. Some of the young people bemoaned the circumstances surrounding Mohbad’s passing.
To keep things calm and orderly, security personnel from the police, Army, and Civil Defense, among others, were present during the march. All in Ado Ekiti, the youths went from Fajuyi Park to Dalimore to Adebayo.
On Tuesday night in Ado-Ekiti, young people conducted a candlelit parade in memory of the late musician Ilerioluwa Aloba. Well known as Mohbad.
To say goodbye to the deceased musician, the young people dressed in all-black and lit candles.
The well-liked Adekunle Fajuyi Park, which served as the starting point for Mohbad supporters from around the state. Was completely packed.
Because drivers were scrambling to find a way through, the development also led to traffic backups underneath the Fajuyi Bridge.
The circumstances surrounding Mohbad’s passing were grieved by some of the young people.
However, security personnel were present to preserve calm and order during the parade, including police, the Army, and. Civil Defense, among others.
From Fajuyi Park in Ado Ekiti, the youngsters traveled through Dalimore and ended up in Adebayo.
Youths from other sections of the state capital joined them to say goodbye to the late musicians as they traveled down the Ekiti State University route to the Fajuyi park.
As drivers searched for a way through, the development however also led to a traffic bottleneck beneath the Fajuyi Bridge.
Some of the young people bemoaned however the circumstances surrounding Mohbad’s passing in an interview.