Chimbetu's UK tour flops

Chimbetu's UK tour flops
Published: 21 March 2012 (12037 Views)
Sulumani Chimbetu's second dance with United Kingdom has has been cancelled following failure by the promoter of the tour to meet some contractual obligations.

Sulu yesterday confirmed the development and said it was too late to rescue the tour.

Chimbetu said the situation has become tricky and he cannot keep on promising his fans in the UK that he will perform when he doubts that anything would materialise.

Chimetu's lawyer, Stephen Chibune, said the promoter had failed to pay Chimbetu and his band as stipulated in the contract.

Brian Bako, organiser of the tour, said the show had been cancelled due to circumstances beyond his control.

Chimbetu's maiden UK tour was a flop due to relaxed contractual requirements. He was abandoned by the promoter before the end of the tour and had to shoulder some expenses on his own before cutting short the tour.

- newsday

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