King Sunny Ade, the legend and godfather of has been bestowed with another prestigious award at the Afrozons pre-Grammy party held on January 26, 2024, in Victoria Island, Lagos.
During the event, Burna Boy’s mother, Bose Ogulu, took to the stage to present King Sunny Ade with an honorary award. In a viral video, the legend himself showcased his joy with a big smile and impressive dance moves as he received the accolade.
The lively moment captured Burna Boy’s mother joining King Sunny Ade in a dance on stage before presenting him with the well-deserved plaque. In his brief speech, the 77-year-old Juju legend expressed gratitude to God, stating, “Praise the Lord! Actually I don’t know what to say but to thank the almighty God for me to be alive to be here today.”
This latest recognition adds another feather to King Sunny Ade’s illustrious career, celebrating his enduring impact on the Nigerian music scene.
Honorary Award "For Been The First Nigerian Artist Nominated At The Grammys For an Original Work" was presented to Music Legend, King Sunny Ade by Bose Ogulu, Burna Boy's Mother. pic.twitter.com/t0Opw4wFA2
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