Koffi Olomide apologizes to Kenyans 3 months later after airport drama

Koffi Olomide apologizes to Kenyans 3 months later after airport drama

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Congolese singer Kofi Olomide has apologized to Kenyans 3 months after the airport drama at the Jomo Kenyatta international airport, that saw him spending a night in Kenyan police cells and subsequently getting deported back to Kinshasa.

In a video message aired on the Churchill show, the selfie hit maker asked Kenyans to forgive him as he is human even though a super star.

“I am only a human being despite being the superstar Koffi Olomide,” he said.

He also said that it was a bold move for him to apologize and also declare his love for Kenyans.

“The ‘most bold’ thing I have ever done is apologize to the world. Many couldn’t believe I could apologize, but I did and I would do it again. Thank You. Stay blessed Kenya. I love you.” He said at the beginning.

Kofi Olomide’s was in July involved in drama, after he was filmed purportedly kicking a female member of his entourage immediately after arriving at the Jomo Kenyatta international airport ahead of a scheduled performance at the Bomas of Kenya.

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This sparked outrage among Kenyans on twitter who immediately demanded his deportation.

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His performance at the Zambia agricultural show was later cancelled and he later spent a few days at a prison in his country after a court found him guilty of assault.