In the absence of DL at the just ended Citi FM's MOGO Awards, his PR who took the award on his behalf thanked God, fans for voting him the winner and finally dedicated the award to Prez. Mahama in his acceptance speech.
Many Highlife musicians were honoured on Citi FM’s 2015 MOGO Awards Nights held at the Accra International Conference on Saturday, March 28. Multiple Highlife award-winning legend, Daddy Lumba had three nominations in this year’s edition. His nominations included MOGO “Highlife Song Of The Year,” with his hit “Nea Woho Beto Wo,” “Best Song Writer Of The Year” and the ultimate “Artiste Of The Year” but won one – “Best Song Writer Of The Year.”
His official mouthpiece, who took the award on his behalf, due to his absence, thanked God and his fans for voting him the winner. And guess what, before he finally left the stage, he dedicated the award to President John Mahama. “Before I leave, I want to dedicate this award to President John Dramani Mahama” he said with joy.
We all know the political role his popular single “Nea Woho Beto Wo” played last year during a very serious sabotage over the President’s incompetence. The song produced by Shadrach earned Lumba 5 awards at the 16th edition of Vodafone Ghana Music Awards and also earned its producer one.