Drama in Tanzania During Koffi Olomide's Show as This Happens to Ladies Who Had Make-ups on
By pmeja | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 12456 views
There was Saturday drama in Tanzania when King of Rhumba Koffi Olomide was performing at Mlimani City in Dar es Salaam.
In a show dubbed "Mahaba ya Rhumba" which loosely translates to (Rhumba Love), many Tanzanians rocked in red attires to embrace the Valentine Day vibe.
Ladies had dressed to kill, with each one of them popping up in her best style and unique facial makeups.
However, drama ensued at the entrance when all guests were forced to go through disinfection tunnels and spray booths in the context of Covid-19.
Just to make sure coronavirus is killed before entering the venue, all people were forced to go through the spray booths, a regulation that was not well-received among ladies who were allegedly minding about their makeups.
According to sources, the ladies in makeups believed that the spray booths would remove their makeups before the show would start.
Security forces had a rough time forcing ladies to go through the booths because some ladies were forcing their way into the venue without going through the machines.
It should be noted that unlike in Kenya where spray booths were erected in many parts of the country, especially in major cities, the same is not common in Tanzania.
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