Abass Akande Obesere, Nigerian veteran singer, has announced a tour of four countries in April for ‘Egungun be Careful’, one of his hit songs.

The Yoruba singer took to his social media page to disclose that the tour will begin from April 1 through 10.

The four countries include Dubai, Kenya, Turkey and U.K respectively.

“Egungun be Careful nights, Dubai, Kenya, Turkey, UK. Egungun is coming to you,” he wrote on Twitter.

The development comes on the heels of growing concerns across the globe over the spread of coronavirus, which has led to the death of over 5,000 people since it broke out in December last year.

It also comes about the same time when some artistes have announced the suspension of their tours to contain the spread of the killer virus.

TheCable Lifestyle had reported how Davido suspended the tour for ‘A Good Time’, his 2019 album, on Friday.

In a similar manner, Trevor Noah, South African media, personality suspended live audience recordings of ‘The Daily Show,’ over fears of COVID-19.

Born on January 28, 1965, Obesere came to limelight on the groundswell of controversies, with many often critical of his songs which are considered a “taboo” in the conservative Yoruba community.



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