Additionally, an undisclosed amount had also been spent to pay for top of the range vehicles to transport Olomide and his group around town.
More monies had also channeled towards publicising the event, paying for the venue at Bomas of Kenya and hiring security for the botched concert.
The artiste was deported to Kinsasha together with his three colleagues in a Kenya Airways Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner that left Nairobi at 11.15am on Saturday.
This came after the rhumba musician was arrested outside Citizen TV studio on Friday and locked up at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) police cells after he was filmed kicking a female member of his band.
The clip of the assault went viral on social media angering many Kenyans who demanded for his arrest and deportation including Cabinet Secretary for Youth and Gender Affairs, Sicily Kariuki.