The late Afrobeats singer Ilerioluwa Aloba, also known as Mohbad, who died at the age of 27, was remembered with a moment of silence by the House of Representatives on Tuesday.
At the start of an executive session following the resumed plenary in Abuja, the lower chamber paid the homage.
The House then decided to keep an eye on the investigation and royalties connected to the deceased after a motion of urgent urgency was introduced by the representative of the Ikorodu Federal Constituency, Mr. Babajimi Benson.
Benson also urged the reform of copyright rules as well as entertainment legislation, and he voiced worries regarding contracts and agreements for entertainers.
Perez Medcare Hospital, where Mohbad was treated, recently issued a statement regarding the singer’s passing.
The hospital said that the musician was taken in dead to the hospital in a statement posted on its Instagram page on Monday night. The hospital also refuted reports that the singer had been admitted.