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Babcock Students Backtrack As Kizz Daniel Refunds Performance Fees

Babcock Students Backtrack As Kizz Daniel Refunds Performance Fees

Babcock University student association has renounced self from any defamatory post about singer, Kizz Daniel after the artiste refunded the performance fees paid by students.

Students of the university had posted videos and photos, accusing the ‘For Days’ singer of arriving late and failing to perform after collecting performance fees.

In a letter signed by Ogu Samuel and Alu Ene, the Babcock University Students’ Association (BUSA) secretary general and president,

“On behalf of Babcock University Students’ Association (BUSA), we appreciate everyone for the Freshers’ Fair yesterday,” the statement read.

“Unfortunately, our final artiste could not perform because he arrived extremely late, because he arrived late from a trip to Dubai and there was no formal agreement stating any performance time and the university has strict regulations on the timing of event, hence the money paid to the guest artist (Kizz Daniel) has been returned to the association.

“We hereby repudiate any defamatory (videos, photos and comments) motion levelled against BUSA or Kizz Daniel and anyone found still holding on to these posts, necessary items would be taken by BUSA, Fly Boy INC and the Kizz Daniel.”

CityBuzz had learnt that Daniel attributed his late-coming to a flat tire.

The students, dissatisfied with his explanation, protested and attempted to block his vehicle from leaving the campus unless a refund was given.