Burna Boy Will Honour Police Invite When He Returns To The Country – Management


There is still no end in sight in the case of robbery and assault involving controversial reggae-dancehall singer, Damini Ogulu, better known as ‘Burna Boy’, and Grafton Records music act, Abiye David Jumbo, aka ‘Mr. 2Kay.

After being declared wanted by the Police for masterminding robbery attack and physical assault on his fellow musician, Mr. 2Kay, in his room at Eko Hotel and Suites on October 22nd, Burna Boy has failed to turn himself in for questioning

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Contrary to suspicions making the rounds that Burna Boy has intentionally refused to honour the invitation because he is guilty of the allegations levelled against him, Showtime’s investigation revealed that his absence has been as a result of his international engagement, but will return to Nigeria in December to honour police invitation.

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According to a close source to Burna Boy’s management;

“Burna Boy is not in the country at the moment, but he’ll definitely be back in December because he has a show in Botswana on the 2nd of December, so he should be around after that date to honour the invitation.”

Meanwhile, Mr. 2Kay’s management has pleaded with his fans and the general public to allow the police continue their investigation because the case is a criminal one and they are confident of the police’s competency to make sure culprits of the incidents are brought to book.

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The management further disclosed that taking legal actions is dependent on the outcome of the talks between their lawyers and Eko Hotel, assuring that the public would be informed as the matter unfolds.


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