This comes hours after Ghanaians called for the singer’s arrest as a result of his absence at the Wizkid Live in Accra concert.
Following an apology note from the singer’s management, Wizzy took to the micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to reveal that it had to do with security and production issues.
In his words, “Ghana is a country I hold so dear to my heart, first and foremost I wanna apologise to all my fans! Y’all know I would never do anything, without a serious reasoning behind it.
My brand is something I don’t joke with! I sincerely apologise, to everyone who made the effort to come out for me last night. I was charged up, looking forward to doing this show.
However, please understand that every decision I made co-sided with honoring my fans, and would only make a drastic decision like this because it was the right thing to do and I had to.
Unfortunately, up until the day of this show, there continued to be safety and production issues that prevented me from putting on a high quality show that my fans deserve.
My Team and Myself are working on delivering a show to my amazing fans in Ghana. It will be just us, me and you. Date and details soon. Love you.”
Love you Ghana 🇬🇭💙 pic.twitter.com/UfXWIt70hA
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