18.11.2022 Featured Event Planner Brutalised As ‘Investor’ Sabinus Fails to Attend Show

Published 18th Nov, 2022

By Segun Ige

An event planner, Johnbosco Ezeuchegbu, has been brutalised by students of the Federal Polytechnic, Oko, Anambra State, over the failure of Chukwuemeka Emmanuel, popularly known as ‘investor Sabinus, to attend a widely-publicised show where he was to perform.

Ezeuchegbu, also called ‘Crazyleg’, said he and Sabinus had made a video of his coming to the event and that he had paid the comedian a sum of N2 million.

Abeg, I paid Sabinus complete. He did confirm video for me. I paid for flight. I still booked extra flight,” Ezeuchegbu said in a video after he was at the receiving end of crowd angst.

“See my back now. Look at my hand, blood. I don’t know what I’m going to tell you people. I paid him complete. People are threatening me.”

Continuing, he said: “Since yesterday, I have been calling his line, Sabinus has not picked his calls and he did not send any message. They said he was on shoot when I have an event I had already paid him.”

Sabinus eventually reacted to the video, saying his health issues prevented him from attending the event.

“Good morning my Oko people. I know say una dey vex for me. Abeg make una no vex. I was supposed to come to Oko yesterday for the show with crazy leg,” he said.

“Some thing happened: my health was so bad. I just avoided the whole thing. I was being just afraid of make I know break down for road.”

He promised to come for the event before the first week of December, or better still refund Crazyleg’s money.

Published 18th Nov, 2022

By Segun Ige


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