Reacting to the incident, the singer took to her Instagram story on Monday to state that it could’ve been a different story.
She wrote, “(It) could have been a different story entirely but I’m grateful to God.
“Myself and entire team are safe and back home now. Thanks for the calls and messages.”
The PUNCH had earlier reported that the A-list female artiste, known for her hit song ‘Your Case’ was performing another hit ‘Super Power’ when gunshot rent the air.
Ear-splitting gunshots had sent everyone scampering for safety, as seen in a viral video.
The acting spokesman for the state police command, Grace Iringe-Koko, confirmed the incident but said Teni was rescued by security operatives unhurt.
“The police division there in Buguma has been mandated to fish out those behind the attack. We will ensure they are brought to book,” she stated.
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