Nigerian Singer Kizz Daniel Invited By Police For Questioning
Nigerian singer and songwriter, Oluwatobiloba Daniel Anidugbe popularly known as Kizz Daniel, has been invited by the Lagos State Police Command for questioning.
Naija News learned that the singer was invited for questioning for allegedly confiscating the laundry bus of a company he contracted to do laundry for him.
However, the ”Buga” crooner was said to have seized the bus on grounds that the N14 million worth of clothes he gave the laundering company to clean were damaged.
The owners of the laundry bus had reported the matter to men of the Ilasan police division who immediately invited him for questioning.
The singer’s lawyer contacted the police on Friday and said that he will be available for questioning on Tuesday.
As of the time of filing this report, the laundry bus was said to have been recovered.
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From Afrobeat artistes hitting new milestones to their songs breaking various records, it is a genre of music which is becoming more peculiar to Nigeria, and one can rightly say it is indigenous to Nigeria as a country.
It is quite the achievement, that for the past three years thereabouts, some Afrobeats artistes have made it to former U.S president, Barack Obama’s summer playlist, and international artistes featuring Nigerian singers and vice versa.
Source: Naija News
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