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I dont why but someone may tell us

Cause Tchacho was always not Tojour Leader.

In those circumstances where they wanted to become Tojour Leader for instance Monde Arab Album they disappointed so much.


« on: July 26, 2016, 16:10 »
Congolese music star Koffi Olomide has been slapped with a 18-month jail term by a Kinshasa court without the option of a fine for assaulting one of his dancers in Nairobi.

The jailing of the Congolese musician deepened the free fall in his long career that started with the kicking of one of his dancers at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA), Nairobi last Friday.

Mr Olomide was deported alongside three of his female dancers.

Police arrived at his residence in a continuation of perhaps the worst run in Mr Olomide’s fortunes, a painful price to pay for his moment of madness in Nairobi.

According to reports from Kinshasa, a campaign to have him arrested was started by Congressman Zakarie Bababaswe, who had filed a petition on behalf of the Congolese public to have the musician punished for assault.

Mr Bababaswe had in a televised press conference wondered why Mr Olomide was “still walking scot free and yet there was video evidence that he assaulted his dancer in Kenya?”

Incidentally, the congressman and Mr Olomide used to be good friends until they fell out after the musician and Cindy Le Coeur, his lead singer, were accused of belittling him through their songs.

His arrest, which was ordered by the Attorney-General, has been received with jubilation by locals and foreigners, who feel justice must be done to all, and especially in enforcing women’s rights.

Since the video footage of the incident, in which one of Africa’s leading musicians lashed out with a “kung Fu kick” at one of his dancers, Mr Olomide has suffered a huge setback in a career the otherwise mercurial singer, composer and band leader has diligently nurtured for several decades.

Source: Daily Nation

Friday morning altercation at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA).

Olomide was filmed attacking one of his female dancers at the airport – an incident that lead to his arrest at Royal Media Services following a live TV interview where he denied assaulting his dancer.

Olomide was expected to headline a mega show at the Bomas of Kenya on Saturday. Citizen Digital reached out to event promoters following Olomide’s deportation, but they refused to comment on the issue.

This comes just hours after Nairobi Police Boss Japheth Koome said police have launched an investigation into the incident.

On Friday night, Gender Cabinet Secretary Sicily Kariuki called for the immediate deportation of the Congolese artist over the incident.

“Kenya does not condone dehumanizing acts against women. We hope that this action will be a lesson to him and others of his ilk that gender based violence will not be tolerated and all who engage in such archaic behavior will face the full force of the law regardless of their economic stature and economic standing,” Kariuki’s statement read.


Christian Bella , the young brother of  Zoe Bella who at one time was the  member of Quartier La Latin of  Koffi Olomide celebrated successful ten years of music career in Tanzania recently. The celebrations was graced with fashion buzzy show - involving hot and beautiful "batoto ya Dar es Salaam" and film artistes - it was one of those eye catching nights for Dar es Salaam revelers.     

Congolese Music / oooSH!
« on: June 25, 2016, 10:18 »
sorry already posted

Just been bamboozled with these hits of Julia played by the grand artists from DRC, whose Julia was superb?

Julia by Luciana Demingongo

Julia by Koffi Olomide

Tanzania music fans had the chance to dance the new hit of Mopao Monkozi Papa Sarkozy Mourhino, Ekoti te to commemorate the 16 years of  local fire brand Radio and TV Station known as Clouds TV as well as independence day of Tanzania. As usual Bouro Mpela reminisced and entertained the audience with famous past hits of Papa Fololo.   

Congolese Music / EVERY THING PERFECT!!!
« on: October 09, 2015, 12:23 »
Every thing perfect the tempo, high pitch leading solo guitar, the roaring bass guitar cooled  and soothed tenderly with rhythm guitar, the drums mix, whoooh!, we are missing these stuffs, Africa what went wrong with our beloved music? change of generation? succumbed to globalization tides? un-focused musicians? depleted talents?     

Congolese Music / Julia - Luciana Demingongo
« on: July 23, 2015, 06:20 »
Hi pals, am burning with this hit, it echoed a lot of things during those good back days when  we used to dance the tunes of  zipompa pompa!, any one with lyrics with English translation, please !

Congolese Music / Amed Olomide, is he the son of Olomide?
« on: December 10, 2014, 16:27 »
This man is currently in Tanzania and he is holding a number of shows, the media is reffering him as Amed Olomide, though most of his works and social media accounts go by the name of Ahmed Jan.
Is he real the son of Koffi Olomide? If so why he has never performed in his daddy band?

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