Kizz Daniel opens up on his arrest in Tanzania

Sensational and Award-winning Nigerian singer, Kizz Daniel, who is currently on his Afroclassic Tour 2022, has cleared the air on the rescheduling of the tour in Tanzania.

It will be recalled that the Buga crooner was arrested in Tanzania, a few days ago, for alleged breach of contract, and was due to be charged to court, according to the country’s law.

However, featuring in a live Instagram session with veteran On Air Personality, Daddy Freeze, Kizz Daniel’s Road Manager and brother, Folu Anidugbe, highlighted the mitigating factors for the debacle, pinpointing the lack of coordination and proper arrangement of the slated event by promoters of the show.

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Debunking a lot of allegations from the incorrect arrival time of Kizz Daniel at the hotel, to the refusal of the singer to perform because of clothes or ‘gold chain’, as the Nigerian promoter, Steve Uwa, earlier claimed, to technical issues, reneging on previously agreed terms, and misappropriation of funds, all admitted to being at play by Steve Uwa as reasons the singer couldn’t perform.

During the live session, Mr. Uwa also admitted to Folu’s claim that they all had agreed to reschedule the show before he came the next day with Police, thus admitting to going against what was verbally agreed behind closed doors with Kizz Daniel’s team on rescheduling the show, after it didn’t go ahead as planned, by bringing with him policemen to arrest the artiste.

Kizz Daniel added that none of what transpired between him and the promoters of the show was intentional and that he loves and respects his fans, never taking them for granted.

“I love my job, I love performing, I’m a great entertainer, it was beyond my power, I’m really sorry,” he said.

Kizz Daniel, known for his exceptional performances during his sold-out tours in Uganda, the UK and the US has promised to give Tanzanians a show of a lifetime tonight.

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