Self-proclaimed President of Single Mothers Esther Akoth aka Akothee is not a happy woman, following the mistreatment she was subjected to while in the US for a performance.
Akothee’s Public outcry after being mistreated in US
I was forced to cancel my flight- Akothee
In a length public outcry, Madam Boss lamented how a lady identified as Sarah Ondiko frustrated her, with flights cancelled, unpaid hotel bills to shifting performance venues last minute.
According to the Rollam maker, she had been invited to stage a performance in Minneapolis with the aim of raising money to promote and support her foundation (Akothee Foundation).
I was forced to cancel my flight to attend Minneapolis show
“Mum I hope all I will say here is truth and God be my witness. You invited me to Minneapolis based on you wanting to promote and support Akothee foundation, My guts refused several times and I told my management I had other commitments in Nigeria on the 2nd, I was forced to cancel my flight to attend mineapolis show, @rumbanotes had paid for return flights on the 31st from Dallas to Paris, you ordered my manager to cancel the tickets and that you will buy new tickets for the 4th from mineapolis, ,Seattle ParisQA, 4 days before the show ,you changed the venue and asked my manager to make a new poster for new venue which he did, wanted prior dinner with me and your friends and I told my management that I don’t engage before my performance, this was for your own good, you said you had people who wanted to donate for Akothee foundation, and manager told you that we can do that after the show, you came to the airport with your family with just one car, well I love children so it wasn't a problem for me, but we could hardly fit in, you checked me into a budget hotel, I still kept my calm ,I was tired so I slept”
She further pointed out that her manager was left stranded in the middle of night, after being dropped off by the road side with no transport back to his hotel room.
Left my manager stranded
“The following day , you only checked. Me into the hotel at 7.30 PM, I needed rest ,so I slept for 2 hours and was awake by 10.00 PM, I was ready for the show by 12.00 but there was no car to take me to the venue ,and you had not given the manager the balance, you came to pick me up at 1.30 and we arrived at the venue at 2.00am you driving like crazy on the road because fans were tired and leaving the venue , I was afraid for my life, after the show, I still created time and had a photo session with fans, then boom, I was left in the cold, with no car to drive me back to the hotel , you left me in your car for almost 15 minutes, then a gentleman came with your car keys and drove me back to the hotel with your instructions, I was happy to see my bed,you then became mad as to why I was taken to the hotel with your car, mom how was I supposed to get back ? You then got your car back. Drove off and dumped my manager in the cold ,with no means of transport to come back to the hotel, mum we were your guests , what happened” wrote Akothee.
A disappointed Akothee, added that despite her performance in Minneapolis, she is yet to receive donations she had been promised by her promoter and event organizer Sarah Ondiko.
I'm yet to received your Donations
“Why was I supposed to contact you directly after the show, if I dint contact you directly before, To beg for flight back home or hotel, Did you forget that I am MADAMBOSS? Kindly let me know , I still dont understand what I did wrong , that's why I am still calm , I am talking as Esther Akoth Kokeyo the founder of @akotheefoundation,. I still dint receive the donations you said you had from your rich friends as reported by my manager, I have total of 5000 usd from @rumbanotes fans and Family for for the borehole project @akotheefoundation, @rumbanotes also took charge of my expenses during my stay in America ,including your failed flights , all this happened without me knowing, I just recieved the news as I was leaving seatle, I didn't know you dumped us” signed off Madam Boss.
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