Kitoko: Its true, my boys stole

Singer Kitoko is not happy with his band, after their recent misconducts during the Guma Guma concert, at Amahoro Stadium, to mark Primus 50th anniversary.

Singer Kitoko is not happy with his band, after their recent misconducts during the Guma Guma concert, at Amahoro Stadium, to mark Primus 50th anniversary.

There has been concern that Kitoko’s dancers stole drinks (liquors and beers), which were meant for Cecile Kayirebwa and in J.B Mpiana.

According to an eye witness at the scene, the drinks were stolen from the tents. “Bralirwa had staged a tent for each musician scheduled to perform.”

The source added that: “Kitoko’s boys misbehaved and stole the drinks after they had finished theirs and drunk themselves silly.”

The musicians behaved opaquely during the show, only to embarrass the group. Other than Kitoko, and only a few members of the group which was comprised of ten artistes, the rest behaved irresponsibly. 

Clarifying the matter, Kitoko confirmed to The New Times, that allegations are true, and he is going to take serious measures over the accused.

“I was shocked about the scandal. Next time I’ll have to focus more on the issue of discipline to avoid such embarrassment,” Kitoko said.

Meanwhile, Kitoko is busy working on his debut video album.

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