Kao Denero commends Sierra Leone Government
Amara Denis Turay, aka Kao Denero, has commended the Government and the Sierra Leone Police (SLP) force for lifting the ban on his proposed concert.
The rapper thanked the Government for reversing their decision earlier which prevented his stadium concert scheduled for April 6th.
It could be recalled that the Sierra Leone Police issued a Public Notice banning the Kao Denero concert a few hours prior to the show.
That was when the organizers were making final preparations to thrill his Black Leo fans on the much anticipated show. The Police then cited an outbreak of violence which saw innocent and peaceful Sierra Leoneans attacked by hooligans who apparently infiltrated a pre-show rally organized by major show sponsor, Africell, in collaboration with the Black Leo leader.
Speaking to SaloneJamboree in an exclusive interview shortly after the ban was lifted, in a smiling mood, Kao said: “I feel good, I am excited. God has given me another chance and it’s all going down at the same venue on May 4th, It is official.”
He added: “I want to thank all those that sacrificed their time and energy in diverse ways to make this possible. I thank the Government once again and the Sierra Leone Police for lifting the ban. I am looking forward to the big day.”
The concert will now take place at the National Stadium on May 4th. Kao is expected to perform to a full capacity stadium on that date.
The ‘King Of Freetown’ also said the SLP ban was a big test for him and that he is grateful to God for coming out of it. He said such experience can make or break any artist.
Reiterating on his commitment to peace earlier, the Black Leo rapper promised to engage youths in Sierra Leone and create a positive impacts on their lives through his foundation.
The award winning artist said he is also working on a documentary film which will shed light on his background.
While thanking his fans for standing by him during those dark periods, he urged them to continue to keep the peace.
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