Kenyan musician Otile Brown is a sad man after the unthinkable happened to him while in Tanzania.Taking to his socials, Otile has revealed that he has been saddened by the occurrences that took place at the Julius Nyerere International Airport.
According to the singer, he lost two Mac Book laptops, but what saddens him the most is the fact that the police were not acting swiftly to make sure he got his valuables back.
Otile says security personnel at the scene were reluctant to give a helping hand in trying to recover his lost items despite him making a formal complaint.
The Chagua la Moyo crooner revealed that the police kept them waiting for over 3 hours while nothing was being done. They even refused to look into the CCTV footage to help find the thieves who Otile said were just around the vicinity as the tracker revealed.
Otile now says that he is very sad that Tanzania could do that to him.
Reacting to the news fans have sympathized with the singer.
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