Grammy award winner wizkid ayo has finally opened up on the reasons he failed to show up on some African shows he was billed to perform in recent times like Ghana, Abidgan, and Costa Rica.
blaming it on “safety and production issues.”
The Starboy spoke through his manager, Sunday Are, Wednesday, while being unveiled as the headliner of the forthcoming concert tagged “ Vibes on the Beach”, billed to hold at the Landmark Event Centre, Lagos, later this month.
If you can recall Anything celebrity made a blog post of wizkid keeping his fans waiting For hours in Ghana for a show he was billed to perform he also did same to the people of Costa Rica and Abidgan he was almost arrested by the Ghanian authorities for failing to show up
The December 30th event is part of a three-day end of the year funfair being packaged by Toro Entertainment Company with the support of CIG Motor, Lontor, Gree, First Bank, Pepsi and Pillow.
The Chief Executive Officer of Toro Entertainment Company, Adetoro Fowoshere, said they decided to take the three-day show to LandMark Beach in Victoria Island, where maximum security and enough space for all invited artistes to express themselves would be guaranteed.
IN HIS WORDS
“Good time is guaranteed. Technologically, we have one of the best teams in terms of production in Nigeria, partnering with local vendors to give the best of experience.”
The Toro CEO described the collaboration between her company and LandMark in hosting this year’s show as “a marriage made in heaven,” adding “We plan to continue the relationship for many years to come.”
“People come here to enjoy themselves. This show will not be an exception. In fact, we will have soldiers working with other security agents to keep the place secured,” he said.