Van Vicker dismisses arrest talk, jets in Malawi Friday

Top Ghanaian actor, Van Vicker has denied rumours in entertainment circles that he was arrested by the police in Lagos, Nigeria, for alleged possession of arms last weekend and jets in Malawi this Friday.

According to Multichoice Malawi Regional Manager for the North and Centre Titania Katenga Kaunda, Vicker is expected to arrive at the Kamuzu International Airport at 12:00pm.

Kaunda said the celebrated Nollywood actor failed to jet in following a flight change.

She however urged all Multichoice customers and Van Vicker fans that they should not worry and that everything will be okay.

Vicker: Coming to Malawi

“What we want to assure Van Vicker fans and African Magic fans is that he will arrive on Friday,” Kaunda told MBC TV on Wednesday.

“You should expect great things and you will see Van Vicker,” she added.

Meanwhile, online reports reveal that the actor was arrested over the past weekend at Lagos Airport for being found in possession of guns.

The lover boy actor said hat what he did was to purchased some stage blank gun props from the US which were delivered to him in Nigeria because he was in that country at the time.

He said a few minutes after boarding a flight bound for Ghana with the gun props following due security checks at the airport, he was asked by some officers to come down and identify his bags and that he was never arrested but had gone through security checks.

Vicker is expected to hold a number of activities including dinning with fans, doing charitable works and perform in a play entitled “well calculated” which will also feature Malawi’s renowned musician soldier Lucious Banda.

Multichoice Malawi has previously hosted a number of big Nollywood actors including Desmond Elliot, Rita Dominic and Patience Ozokwor popularly known as Mama G.

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