It further noted that it is taking appropriate action in handling the matter with rigour, assuring fans that paid and attended that they will be taken care of.
Unconfirmed reports say Kizz Daniel was absent because he forgot his bags in Uganda and refused to use anyone’s clothes or buy new ones.
The singer, before Sunday, had been called out twice within a month over the abrupt cancellation of his shows.
On 7 July, he was first called out by fans for not showing up for over five hours to the Afronation US Classic tour sold-out concert in Maryland, USA, and also got called out again after he cancelled his concert on 20 July in Denver, USA.
The Buga hitmaker has not made any comment or post on any of his pages.
It is not the first time Nigerian artists have run-ins with the law in other African countries.
In December 2020, the authorities of another East African country, Uganda, charged Nigerian artists Omah Lay and Tems for reportedly violating COVID-19 regulations at a music event.
Ugandan authorities said the official charges against Tems and Omah Lay were for ‘Negligently doing acts likely to spread an infectious diseases C/S 171 of the Penal Code Act.
They were arrested after they performed at a sold-out music event.