Friday, September 13 2013
Apparently, his passport has been at the UK Embassy in Nairobi for a month now as opposed to the normal 15 days, something that has forced him to cancel two scheduled concerts that include the Dubai Dhow Palace show and his appearance at the "Badilisha Live" show that was meant to take place at Troxy Commercial road in London.
With a day to the event, Its highly unlikely that the Badilisha star will make it leaving him with no choice but to issue an apology to fans and friends.
"Apologies to my London fans and friends. My Appearance Badilisha Live Show UK-London at Troxy commercial road E1-OHX Ldn, is pending on a string since the fifteen working days promised by the British Embassy became a month and my passport is not yet back from Nairobi. It's a day to the event," noted Chameleone on his wall.
The last time Chameleone had issues with his passport, he camped at the Tanzanian Embassy with his white Range Rover and bedding. It took the Intervention of the Inspector General of Police. We wonder what his next course of action will be now that the "15 days have turned out to be a month".
Meanwhile, the UK Convention organiser, Willy Muntenza was trying to make last minute replacements of Chameleone with Iryn Namubiru who does not require a visa given her French citizenship but it turned out that she was slated to perform at the Oct 26th independence Concert in London.
Rema Namakula's 30th birthday celebration in Dubai
No wedding for me, I'm in it for the money-Sheilah Gashumba