With the rising number of cases of the deadly Corona Virus in Nigeria, which has resulted in the death of one, Nigerian singer has announced the postponement of his upcoming show, ‘Brymo Blasphemy Live.’
The event was initially set for March 28, 2020 at Terra Kulture. The reason for the postponement is the pandemic COVID-19.
Announcing the postponement via his Twitter page, Brymo put up a photo with the caption: “Stay Safe”
Stay safe… 💛💛💛💛 pic.twitter.com/zzuGvRuVBr
— Ọláwálé Ọlọ́fọọ̀rọ̀ (@BrymOlawale) March 21, 2020
In the same vein, Teni the Entertainer also announced her Teni Billionaire Homecoming Concert which was slated to happen on April 13, 2020 had been postponed. The show was set to hold at Ondo Township Stadium, Ondo Town, Ondo State.
Announcing the shift in date via her Instagram page, Temi wrote:
My People… Your safety comes first !!
With great respect for you my fans at home and everywhere, I have decided to postpone my homecoming concert due to the COVD-19 epidemic & prayer is that God protect us all and heal our Land.
New Dates will be announced soon.. Ondo See You Soon !!!
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My People… Your safety comes first !! With great respect for you my fans at home and everywhere, I have decided to postpone my homecoming concert due to the COVD-19 epidemic & prayer is that God protect us all and heal our Land. New Dates will be announced soon.. Ondo See You Soon !!!
This comes days after singer, Asa announced that she was postponing her Asa Live In Concert event until further notice because of the Corona Virus outbreak.
The singer took to her Instagram page to reveal that her shows in Europe would have to be canceled due to the corona virus, also the shows in Lagos and Abuja will be rescheduled and that those who have made payments for the tickets would be refunded.
She made the announcement via her Instagram page where she wrote;
“Due to the developing Covid-19 situation and for your health and safety, I am sad to announce that I will be rescheduling my shows in London on March 29th, Lagos, April 11th and Abuja April 13th. All purchased tickets will be duly refunded and a new date will be announced as soon as possible. Please follow all health and safety precautions as advised. All my love. Asa”
As at the time of filing the report, Nigeria has 40 confirmed cases of COVID-19, with one death recorded.
Four new cases of #COVID19 have been confirmed in Nigeria. 3 are in Lagos State and 1 in FCT
Two of these cases are returning travellers
— NCDC (@NCDCgov) March 23, 2020