Eddy Kenzo could be sued by Grajoh Talent Management for a missed show.
Kenzo who was expected to perform at the Afrika Fest held at Troxy Arena did not show up and neither did he inform any of organisers.
Grajoh Talent Management based in London has threatened to drag the singer to court.
The firm says Kenzo skipped a music concert he had been booked for and fully paid to perform at.
Kenzo was expected to perform alongside the Zambian female singer, Mampi, who didn’t also turn up for the show.
The company is also suing Mampi.
“We would like to thank Anne Kansiime, Iryn Namubiru, Kidumu & Snipper Storm who travelled distances to honour their contractual obligations but more importantly for you their fans,” Grajoh said in a statement.
“We would like to thank our UK based artists for they made this a welcoming home. We would like to thank the community leaders who embrace and support our efforts.”
“We profusely apologise for the no show of Uganda’s Eddy Kenzo & Zambia’s Mampi Mukape. It’s no small matter. But we can assure you we did all required of us. There will be more about this in subsequent communications and through appropriate channels.”
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