Musician Meddy released

By IGIHE
On 25 October 2019 at 03:04

Singer Medart Jobert Ngabo also known as Meddy, a Rwandan popular artiste with a big fan-base from different countries who has spent four days in detention for drunken driving has been released.

He was arrested on 21st October 2019 around 2 pm for drunk driving.

Meddy has been released today from Remera Police station where he was detained.
He got out of the police station worn in a white pullover and a cape.

Meddy was immediately picked in a vehicle ‘Toyota Land Cruiser’.

Concerts organizers were among people who came to welcome the released artiste who brought a bouncer for Meddy’s security.

Drunken driving is an offense punishable with a fine of Rwf150, 000, 5 days imprisonment, confiscation of driver’s license and impounding the vehicle.

Currently living in the USA, Meddy came to Africa in August 2019 to grace a concert in Seychelles.

Early September 2019, he attended Kwita Izina Concert along with renowned musician Ne-Yo.

He later held a concert in Kenya before returning Seychelles for the second concert. He was among artistes that that concerted at Youth Connekt on 9th October along with Nigerian singer, Patoranking.

Singer Medart Jobert Ngabo also known as Meddy, has spent four days in detention for drunken driving.

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