The Hares singer David Lutalo has opened disassociated himself from the Arua show where revelers destroyed property because of his absence.
A few days back, Arua city Police were compelled to fire bullets to disperse revellers at Paradise Hall who had turned rowdy following David Lutalo’s failure to show up at the event.
According to an online publication the Observer, the show was organized by Abila of O.K Electronic Center Arua Promotion and saw revellers from Arua, Zombo, Nebbi, Pakwach, and Madi Okollo in full anticipation of the show.
However, upon collecting money from partiers, Abila vanished in the middle of the night, before switching off his phone.
The angry revellers resorted their rage to destroying plastic chairs, tables, bottles, and drinks, throwing stones at nearby structures, including damaging the windscreen of a stationary tipper lorry.
Upon David Lutalo learning of the development, he was so quick to downplay his involvement in the event through his Facebook account.
Lutalo issued an apology to whoever was affected, revealing that the event organizer didn’t communicate with the Da Hares management about the West Nile show.
Lutalo made his sympathy to all his fans that purchased tickets for the event and were waiting impatiently for him.
But when contacted, Lutalo’s manager, Nasa Ziwa, denied organizing any music performances in the West Nile region and claimed they had not been approached.
Dear esteemed fans,
I’m sorry to inform you that the event organizer didn’t communicate with the Da Hares management about the West Nile show.
I sympathize with all of you my dear fans who had purchased tickets for this event and were waiting impatiently for me.
I extend my profound apologies to you all for any inconvenience this may have caused.