Monday, 22 July 2019 12:51

Davido dragged to court over alleged N4,000,000 fraud

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Nigerian artist David Adedeji Adeleke otherwise known as Davido has been hauled under the steady gaze of Igbosere Magistrate Court 2 Lagos State over a supposed fraud of N4, 000,000.00 (4,000,000 naira).

Davido and his own aide are supposedly being sued for falsely getting the entirety of N4, 000,000.00 just from an American based Nigerian up and coming artist Andre-Tejiri Ochuko Ibhihwiori in the label of Always on Cash Records.

The issue which came okay with referencing on the 23rd of May, 2019 as No 16 working on this issue list at Magistrate Court 2 Igbosere. Recorded as Defendants in the suit checked MCL/702/19 are: David Adedeji Adeleke (Davido) – his Personal Assistant: Busari Idris Temitiope (Alias Aloma) and; Davido Music Worldwide Limited music name.

Davido and his administration purportedly gathered the cash as charge to include in a melodic collabo with artist Tjay at some point in January, 2019 yet have from that point forward neglected to either make himself accessible for the music collabo or discount the cash.

At the point when the issue was called, none of the Defendants, incorporating Davido was in Court, nor were they spoken to by their legal advisors. Guidance to the Claimant Alabh George Turnah, (MON) educated the Court that the Defendants as per the bailiff of the Court, would not acknowledge administration of the beginning procedures and argued the Court for a request for substituted administration, which the Court allowed.

Davido may into full suit or search out of Court settlement with the Claimant who is as of now requesting 15% interest on the principal sum of N4,000,000.00 from the date of payment to any date that the sum is finally liquidated.

The case has been suspended to the “23rd of august 2019” for report of administration and initiation of preliminary.

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