David Adeleke, Nigerian Afropop singer better known as Davido, has suspended tour for ‘A Good Time’, his 2019 album, due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The award-winning singer took to his social media page on Friday to break news with his numerous fans.

The tour, which started on February 28, was earlier scheduled to run through April 11 in North America.

But on his Twitter page, Davido said the tour has been postponed to a yet-to-be-fixed date.

The ‘OBO’ crooner noted that though the decision is one that saddens him, but he had to take it for the health and safety of his fans and staff.

“I am saddened to halt what has been a fantastic sold-out tour so far, but postponing is the right thing to do,” he wrote.

“The health and safety of my fans and staff is most paramount and nothing else matters. Be safe and see you all soon! God be with us all!”

This news comes on the heels of the ravaging effect of the coronovirus outbreak across the world.

On Wednesday, the World Health Organisation (WHO) had declared the virus a pandemic, considering its global impact.

The singer’s album has been a hit since it was released in 2019. It secured a platinum certification while ‘Risky’, a single off the album, was also honoured for going double platinum, in February.



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