The Ambassadors of Voice of Change in Nigeria (AVCIN), a coalition of top entertainers and trade unions says it planned to flood Jos with an unprecedented number of international stars for the just concluded peace concert.

However, its plans failed due to three major events that clashed with its own on Saturday.

According to the President of the group and Veteran Nollywood Star, Clem Ohameze, Glo's Mega Music Show in Kubwa, Abuja holding same day with the Jos Peace concert prevented many of the artistes from coming.

Equally, Wande Coal and Okey Bakasi had shows in Atlanta and London respectively same day.

Many of the artistes and actors invited to Jos had confirmed their availability for the charity concert, he said.

Problems of distance and time to have covered both was however the main factor behind their inabilities to make it.

The Kubwa Glo show had in attendance Phyno, Korede Bello, Runtown, Yemi Alade, Kiss Daniels and many other stars earlier billed to perform in Jos.

Other entertainers at the Glo show were Richard Murphy Damijo (RMD), Uche Jumbo and among others, Kanayo O. Kanayo.

Kanayo O. Kanayo was however in Jos for the town hall meeting the group organized in Rayfield on Saturday.

He and Patience Ozokwo were among the speakers at the town hall held at Mees Palace.

'Bereavement of its Ambassador'

The AVCIN boss, Mr. Ohameze had on Saturday at the town hall broken into tears while delivering a speech.

This followed news of the bereavement of one of the group's members who lost his daughter the previous day.

Clem himself has been treating a leg injury arising from a recent accident he had.

The group's resolve to continue the event amidst these challenges deeply moved the Plateau State government.

The Plateau state Coordinator of the Peace Building Agency, Joseph Lengman regarded the efforts as the greatest sacrifice for peace.

The group is expected to proceed to Kaduna from Jos for a similar show as it plans to tour the entire Middle Belt and beyond.