Promoter beaten, bar destroyed on video as Sabinus fails to show up for event, Skitmaker apologizes
- Sketch maker Sabinus issued a public apology to students at Oko Polytechnic after failing to show up for a scheduled show
- Sabinus’ apology comes shortly after angry students attacked the show’s promoter and destroyed some of his properties
- According to the humor merchant, he was not feeling well and he made the decision to prioritize his health
Sketch maker Sabinus has been forced to come clean and issue a public apology after failing to show up at an event where he was supposed to perform.
The skit maker’s apology follows a viral video showing the moment the show’s in-charge promoter bitterly denounced the harsh treatment he received from enraged students at Oko Polytechnic .
According to the individual, he made arrangements with the sketchmaker and Sabinus proceeded to shoot a video confirming his attendance.
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He, however, refused to answer the promoter’s call on the day of the event, leading to angry students harassing the individual and destroying some items at the event venue.
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Watch the promoter speak below:
In a short video shared on his Instastory channel, Sabinus apologized to the students of the higher establishment while giving the reasons for his absence.
Sabinus said he was not feeling too well and needed to prioritize his health instead of making the long journey from Lagos. The humor merchant has promised to fix the problem before the first week of December.
The comedian added that he was fully paid for the event and can issue a refund if the promoter insists.
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In a similar story on missed shows, Legit.ng previously reported that music star Kizz Daniel held a press conference in Tanzania after he failed to show up for a concert where he was supposed to perform.
The singer blamed flight delays and some logistical issues while pointing out that he was paid to perform at the event.
Kizz Daniel, however, apologized to the fans and promised to do a free show to make up for the disappointment.