Runtown Wins Legal Fight As Court Issues Restraining Order Against Eric Many

Runtown Wins Legal Fight As Court Issues Restraining Order Against Eric Many

Runtown Wins Legal Fight As Court Issues Restraining Order Against Eric Many – The Federal High Court Abuja on Friday 23rd January, issued limiting request against Eric Many from meddling in Runtown’s undertakings & music vocation.

This request was passed in judgement in favour of Runtown by Justice O.A Musa, it was arranged that the limiting request put on Runtown from performing be right away dropped while Eric Many was additionally stopped from implementing the suspended requests of the court.

Runtown & the label, Eric Many managed by extremely rich entrepreneur, Okwudili Umenyiora have been in court since 2018 when his agreement lapsed.

See the full court orders beneath…

In the interim, Ericmany Entertainment additionally won a N14,000,000 suit documented against it & its artist Douglas Jack Agu (otherwise known as Runtown) by the Dynamic Minds League. The legal action was for case of compensation against Ericmany for a ‘no-show’ by Runtown at a jamboree in Anambra State arranged by the gathering in January 2015.

The case, Suit No LD/ADR/251/2015, was documented on nineteenth August, 2015 by the Anambra group through its pioneer, Mr. Chizuo Anetoh. They hauled Runtown, Ericmany Entertainment & Prince Okwudili Umenyiora, the very rich entrepreneur Chairman of Dilly Motors Limited & Ericmany Entertainment under the watchful eye of the Lagos High Court, demanding the total sum of N14 Million as compensation for Runtown disappointment to perform at their Harmattan Carnival held at Adazi-Nnukwu, Anaocha in Anambra State.

Ericmany legal counselors, Chijioke Emeka & Colleagues [Auxano Law] contended that the gathering previously ruptured the agreement having neglected to give every thing that was required & in great time for the artiste to show up. Ericmany’s case was that the gathering made insufficient & inferior plans. Being the Christmas time, Ericmany’s group needed to deal with late hour flight tickets to Port Harcourt rather than Asaba or Owerri closer to the venue. After arriving in Port Harcourt it was late to continue on a risky night trip without satisfactory security, Ericmany’s legal counselors maintained.

Amid the legal proceeding on tenth May, 2018, Mr. Aneto give testimony for his gathering. He described how Runtown flew from Lagos to Port Harcourt however declined to additionally continue on the land trip to Adazi, even after they bring in a police escort for him at the airport. Ericmany’s observer, Amani Henshaw gave a record of the ruptures of the agreement by the gathering, particularly its inability to give flight tickets to the group & inability to give adequate security to the night trip to Anambra State. He told the Court how his group stayed for a long time at the airport until its late & they needed to call of the journey.

In his ruling, Hon. Justice K. O. Alogba offered triumph to Ericmany. The Judge found that the disappointment of Runtown to get to Adazi in Anambra State & carry out his performance at the jubilee was substantiate as the gathering’s preparation was exceptionally shabby. The Court concurred with Ericmany that the Dynamic Minds League was heedless about the agreement when it neglected to book flight tickets ahead. The Court likewise held that the gathering did not demonstrate how they are qualified for their N14 Million compensation as it did not prove convincing proof. Every one of the cases was subsequently rejected.

Due process came the way of Ericmany Entertainment scarcely 3 years after the Dynamic Minds League overwhelmed the print media, the internet & a few websites with news of the supposed break of agreement & its N14 Million legal action against Ericmany & Runtown.

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