“African Princess” Nandy has postponed the US (United States) leg of her “Na Nusu” World Tour. She announced the postponement three hours ago today 27 April 2020 via her verified Instagram channel.
She cited the coronavirus pandemic, which is currently ravaging the world, as reason for the postponement. A new date might be announced when the world recovers from the virus.
The decision to defer the US leg of her world tour was made, according to her, in collaboration with her management. She implored fans to retain their tickets as they would still be valid after the pandemic.
The US leg of Nandy’s Na Nusu World Tour was to have begun on Friday 22 May in Columbus, Ohio, and ended on Saturday 27 June in Washington, DC.
For reference, Nandy’s announcement reads, verbatim:
“Due to the Covid 19 Situation around the World, my management and I have decided to postpone the World Tour until the situation on the ground stabilizes and this is principally for the safety of all my fans.
“Much as I was so prepared for this tour, God had different plans and in my honest opinion God’s plans are always right and the best. We will announce future dates as soon as the situation permits us to do so.
“Polite notice to you all who might have bought tickets for any of my shows, please keep them because they shall still be valid when the new tour dates are announced.
“I cant wait to reunite with my fans around the world.God Bless you and stay safe #RamadhanNjema #InGodWeTrust #WeGlobal🌍.“