‘It wasn’t intentional’ — Kizz Daniel apologises over absence at Tanzanian show

The Nigerian singer, Kizz Daniel, has finally apologised for missing a show in Tanzania.

The music star was earlier arrested in Tanzania for not showing up at the concert he was paid to headline last Sunday.

But a few hours after his arrest on Monday, he was released from police custody.

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Speaking at a briefing on Tuesday,  the ‘Buga’ crooner said his absence at the event “was not intentional.”

The singer also said he is organising a free show on Friday for his fans in Tanzania.

“This Friday, a free show by the way, I will be partnering with Straight Up Vibes to make that happen. I must apologize to the fans. None of this was intentional,” Daniel said.

Stephen Uwa, the show organiser, had earlier alleged that Daniel refused to perform because he was not wearing his gold chain.

Uwa said he paid the singer $60,000 to perform at the show.

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“He only said the airline didn’t bring his bag. That is why he could not perform because his gold chain is not there and he had a gold chain on his neck. He wanted everything,” he had said.

“I bought him different clothes but he said just because the airline didn’t bring one of his bags, he cannot perform without his gold on his neck.”

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