The Nigerian singer, Runtown, went to Twitter platform to publicly apologize to his former head of the record company, Okwudili Umenyiora.
Nigeria’s Independence Day of 2019 seems to have given many people a reason to think about many problems in their lives and ways to solve them, including broken relationships.
The singer, Douglas Jack Agu, popularly known as Runtown, recently left many people pleasantly surprised after going to the Twitter platform to apologize to his former head of the record company, Okwudili Umenyiora.
In the note which he shared to his account, the singer revealed that he said ‘a few things in anger’ towards the record label boss and he deeply regrets them. Runtown went on to acknowledge that they shared ‘many great moments in the past and he apologizes for the things he said in the heat of anger.’
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