By Allen Kisakye
Singer Fik Fameica and his manager, Karma Ivien have officially apologised to Emmanuel Lwasa, for failing to perform at a show in Masaka even after pocketing the tycoon’s money.
As Watchdog earlier reported, Lwasa filed a police case at Masaka Police Station accusing Karma Ivien and Fik Fameica – Shafik Walukagga – for obtaining money by false pretense under file number Ref:05/17/11/2018.
The said show was supposed to happen on November 17 at Tavern Kick Club, Masaka. However, as revellers waited for the Kutama singer, dancer Wembley showed up and started gyrating to songs booming off the loudspeakers. All was well until he announced that that was the end of the act since Fameica was not going to show up. This got the party people angry to the extent of destroying the club’s property. Wembley wasn’t spared either – rowdy revellers punching every part of his body a million and one times.
He was admitted to Alpha Medical Hospital where he has been nursing wounds for over a week.
But Fameica explained that he missed the said show because he was in Nairobi, Kenya, piecing together material for the 2019 edition of Coke Studio Africa.
Now the singer and his manager have entered another arrangement with Lwasa to perform on December 28 at Tavern Kick for free.
The new deal has been signed, stamped and sealed by both parties.
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