After his capture and resulting expulsion from Kenya in the wake of kicking his female artist, Koffi Olomide’s destiny has undulated to Zambia where his execution at a farming show was wiped out by coordinators on Sunday.
The Agricultural and Commercial Society of Zambia in an announcement on Sunday chose to wipe out the acclaimed Congolese’s execution at it’s 90th show one week from now.
“Taking after the reported grievous frequency in Kenya concerning Koffi Olomide, the Agricultural and Commercial Society of Zambia has chosen to cross out his execution amid the current year’s Show,” it explained.The 59-year-old artist, who was planned to hold a show in Nairobi on Saturday was discovered on camera amid his entry in the nation at the air terminal kicking his female artist in the stomach.
The video turned into a web sensation and numerous Kenyans required a response from the powers. He was in this manner captured by Kenyan police amid a meeting on Friday evening, spent the night in prison at the air terminal police headquarters and after that extradited to Congo the following morning.Despite being gotten on camera kicking the artist, Olomide denied the case and demanded that he was shielding his team from an unspecified individual who was undermining their security.
The Rumba star, who has more than 26 collections to his name, has a past filled with attack. In August 2012, the artist was slapped with a three months suspended jail sentence in Kinshasa for striking his maker.