Lingala maestro Koffi Olomide ‘invited back to Kenya’

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Musician Koffi Olomide has announced that he will be performing in Kenya on 24 April, his first return after he was deported from the East African country in July 2016 for assaulting one of his female dancers.

He said in a video message that he had been invited to perform at a high-profile national conference that brings together Kenya’s 47 county leaders and is usually attended by the president and top government officials.

The 61-year-old rumba singer has apologised several times for his behaviour in Kenya.

In his promotional video for the upcoming tour – posted on YouTube – he tells his Kenyan fans, “I miss you so much, I love you.”

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