From Legal Troubles to Delight: Nox receives a welcome surprise in Manchester

Review and Mail Writer

Urban grooves star Enock Guni, who was arrested in Ireland, UK, for alleged card fraud before being released on bail, got a pleasant surprise when he visited Manchester yesterday.

The Ndinonyara hit maker wrote on his Facebook page that as he walked into a fast food shop in the city, his bouncing hit started playing.

“Got into a nandos restaurant here in Manchester and boom….NDINONYARA comes out on the speakers! Coincidence?”

Throughout the day, the singer appeared ebullient and posted live updates, reassuring his fans and doubters that he was safe. But he had a moment of sobriety when he posted about his ordeal.

“I don’t wish anyone to go through what I went through guys. Especially knowing 100% that you are innocent. I now know the DNA of the justice system, how the justice system is like n and it’s unfair to people who go through all through that only to realise there were innocent all along. It’s however not the fault of the system, it’s us who made the system, it’s us who must learn from it and become wiser,” he said.

The singer further said his shows, running under the banner, “The Royal Alliances world tour,” continue this Friday in Braamfontein, South Africa, with Botswana and Namibia next.

Meanwhile, Guni is expected back in court in September in Ireland for continuation of judicial proceedings that will include him playing and teaching at a school as part of his punishment.

Nox’s legal practitioners released a statement saying that they are willingly and happily cooperating with the law enforcement division to make sure that justice prevails.

“We are now making arrangements for NOX to fly back home and assure all the fans and family that NOX is safe. NOX is now in the care of pence Nathan Entertainment in the United Kingdom and we will update you when the time is right.

“We are also beginning the preparations to travel back to Ireland with the help of the Irish justice system on the 5th of September as per our bail conditions,” the statement reads.

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