The Congolese singer was slated to perform at the Bukhungu Stadium to mark the end of the devolution conference in Kakamega county. Olomide was declared persona non-grata in 2016 and deported after he kicked one of his female dancers at Jomo Kenyatta Airport.
Congolese Singer Koffi Denied Visa in Kenya
Citizen, 27 April 2018
Koffi Olomide's planned performance in Kakamega town has been called off. Read more »
Doubts Cast On Koffi Olomide's Tour of Kakamega
Nation, 18 April 2018
Congolese star musician Koffi Olomide's planned concert tour of Kakamega during the forthcoming Devolution Conference hangs in the balance, as his controversial past conduct comes… Read more »
Koffi Olomide Misses Out On Sh25m Windfall As Visa Ban Bites
Nairobi News, 26 April 2018
Koffi Olomide's planned performance in Kakamega town to mark the end of the 5th Devolution Conference has been called off, Nairobi News understands. Read more »
Popular Congolese musician Koffi Olomide is an 'unwanted' guest in the eyes of some Kenyans who are of the view that he shouldn't be allowed back in the country. Olomide was ... Read more »
The Congolese musician has been accused of assaulting one of his female dancers. Read more »
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