When news broke out that Koffi Olomide has been deported from Kenya after assaulting one of his dancers, despite his highly anticipated show in Nairobi Kenya, a lot of questions were raised concerning the refund to those who had bought tickets earlier but today, the promoter of the show has come out and instructed the firm responsible for selling tickets to refund all those who had paid.
Jules Nsana, who had invested a lot of money into the show that was slated to take place last Saturday, a day before Koffi Olomide was sent packing directed the online firm known as Jambo link to compensate people who had booked tickets.
According to our source based in Nairobi, Jules made the announcement while at Capital FM News and he also apologized for what happened.
“I made losses, count the bookings of the venue, the sound, air tickets and talent fees, it’s unfortunate, but like any other business losses are unavoidable. All those who had made booking for the show earlier are going to be compensated. I’m sorry at the turn of events.” Jules Nsana said.
Congolese singer Koffi Olomide was scheduled for a concert on Saturday at the Bomas in Kenya but was captured on a video kicking one of his female dancers causing uproar on social media leading to his arrest on Friday night.