The promoter who brought Koffi Olomide to Nairobi is back on his feet.
Nsana Jules, reportedly went into depression back in July after making losses amounting to millions of shillings, following the deportation of Koffi Olomide.
He reportedly made losses amounting to Sh 5 Million.
About four months later, Nsana is all set to make an emphatic comeback through a planned mega concert that will feature yet another rumba great; Ferre Gola.
Ferre Gola, whose full name is Hervé Gola Bataringe, is a DR Congolese recording artist, vocalist, and entertainer and a former member of the Congolese band Quartier Latin International, founded by Koffi Olomide.
According to Nsana, the musician known for hits such as ‘Tucheze’ featuring Victoria Kimani, will be performing in about two weeks time.
“I was so heartbroken back then but that is now behind me. I am now flying in Ferre Gola to Nairobi for a mega show that will take place in two weeks time,” Jules told Pulse.
Asked what lessons he had learned from the Koffi Olomide debacle, he said: ”You cannot stop fate. God knows what I went through and he is faithful. All things work for good for those who love the Lord.”
Watch Ferre Gola’s Tucheze below: