• Otile Brown announced that he lost two Macbook computers at Julius Nyerere International Airport.
• He gave a WhatsApp number +25428248738 for anyone with his stolen items to contact him for recovery arrangements.
Kenyan musician Jacob Obunga aka Otile Brown has made a request to the person who stole his two computers in Tanzania to return them.
On Tuesday morning, Otile Brown announced that he lost two Macbook computers at Julius Nyerere International Airport in Dar es Salaam on Monday night.
"So at the Julius Nyerere airport in Tanzania, two Macs/laptops have been stolen, but the security guards have refused to help us within three hours. They have refused to look at the CCTV. They have wasted time. The longest night of my life. That is, they refuse to provide service when they trace the laptop while they are nearby. We have filed a police report which is the procedure but they refused," Otile announced through his Instagram page.
Brown said he believes he could have recovered his computers if there had been quick action taken by security officials.
Speaking in a video he posted on his Instastories, the 30-year-old musician said he was ready to pay whoever had taken the same laptops.
Brown added that the machines contained very valuable items that he did not want to lose.
"Whoever finds my laptops, I will give them money. I am straight, we don't even have to go to the police," he said.
Adding, "Maybe right now you are looking for a market to sell, you are looking for a customer. The content inside is very important. I can give you money if you return my laptops. You will have done me a great favor."
The Mombasa-born musician revealed that he was restless and had not been able to sleep when he was making the video.
He gave a WhatsApp number +25428248738 for anyone with his stolen items to contact him for recovery arrangements.