Omo see gobe!

The on-going legal battle between Nigerian singer, Runtown and his record label, Eric Many is far from over.  

The label who initially issued a court injunction against him a few months back claiming damages of N65 million naira back then has just slammed the singer with a N267 million naira suit at the Federal High Court, Abuja.   

According to the label, the new court injunction was slammed on Runtown because he is owing the label N267 million and he has not also adhered in line to deliver his album appropriately and he has deliberately tried to register the name Runtown without the label's consent and abscond from contract.   

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According to a statement by the label's general manager, Johnson Adumike, 'as you are aware, lately we have been in Court with Runtown over copyrights issues with regards to two collabo videos he made without our prior approval.  

Truly, the much-publicized legal action at the Federal High Court in Lagos was, contrary to what many believe, not on the entire contract we signed with Runtown. 

It was only on the unapproved collabo videos and we claimed general damages of about N65 Million for the copyright infringement'.

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