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MOBO Awards 2017: Thank you Wizkid for raising Nigeria’s flag- Goodluck Jonathan

Former president Goodluck Jonathan has reacted to the milestone attained by Wizkid in the MOBO Awards where the singer took away the prize for the “Best International Act’.

Full List of 2017 MOBO winners

BEST MALE ACT

Stormzy- Winner

Bugzy Malone

Chip

Dave

Giggs

J Hus

Maleek Berry

Mostack

Sampha

Skepta


BEST FEMALE ACT

Stefflon Don- Winner

Emeli Sandé

Jessie Ware

Jorja Smith

Lady Leshurr

Little Simz

Mabel

Nadia Rose

NAO

Ray BLK


BEST INTERNATIONAL ACT

Wizkid – Winner

Cardi B

DJ Khaled

Drake

Jay Z

Kendrick Lamar

Migos

Solange Knowles

SZA

Travis Scott


BEST AFRICAN ACT

Davido –Winner

Eugy

Juls

Maleek Berry

Mr Eazi

Sarkodie

Tekno

Tiwa Savage

Wande Coal

Wizkid


BEST ALBUM

Stormzy – Gang Signs & Prayer-Winner

J Hus – Common Sense

Nines – One Foot Out

Sampha – Process

Wretch 32 – Growing Over Life


BEST NEWCOMER

Dave-Winner

Jorja Smith

Kojo Funds

Lotto Boyzz

Loyle Carner

Mabel

Mist

Not3s

Stefflon Don

Yxng Bane


BEST SONG

J Hus “Did You See”-Winner

Stormzy “Big For Your Boots”

Kojo Funds Feat. Abra Cadabra “Dun Talkin’”

Not3s “Addison Lee”

Yungen Feat. Yxng Bane “Bestie


BEST VIDEO

Mist “Hot Property”-Winner

Stormzy “Big For Your Boots”

Bossman Birdie “Walk The Walk”

J Hus “Spirit”

Loyle Carner “The Isle Of Arran”


BEST HIP HOP ACT

Giggs-Winner

Little Simz

Loyle Carner

Nines

Stefflon Don

Wretch 32


BEST GRIME ACT

Stormzy-Winner

AJ Tracey

Chip

P Money

Skepta

Wiley


BEST R&B/SOUL ACT

Craig David –Winner

Jorja Smith

NAO

Ray BLK

Sampha


BEST REGGAE ACT

Damian Marley-Winner

Aidonia

Alkaline

Chronixx

Popcaan


BEST JAZZ ACT

Moses Boyd-Winner

Cleveland Watkiss

Daymé Arocena

Mr Jukes

Terrace Martin


BEST GOSPEL ACT

Volney Morgan & New-Ye- Winner

Lurine Cato

Mali Music

S.O.

Triple O


  

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