We Are Still In Court With Runtown - Eric Many Records
Eric Many Record label has denied claims that Runtown has gotten a victory at a Federal High court in Abuja.
In a statement released by Eric Many, the case is still in court with Runtown having only a 14-day window to file a defence of the case at the appeal court.
“It has come to the knowledge of Ericmany Limited that our artiste, Douglas Jack Agu, alias ‘Runtown’, has taken to the social media, especially Twitter and Instagram, celebrating a supposed ‘victory’ in our case in Court.
''Runtown is telling lies. Runtown did not win the case. He has not even filed a defence. His lawyers only challenged the jurisdiction of the Court, claiming that the case is supposed to go for arbitration.
''Ericmany challenged the right of Runtown’s lawyer to appear in the case since the same lawyer prepared the Recording Contract which Runtown is breaching.
''Runtown filed two appeals in the Court of Appeal on these. He then prayed the High Court to suspend the decisions and the trial itself “pending the determination of the Appeal filed at the Court of Appeal, Abuja.
''So rather than misleading the unwary public that he has won, Runtown should rather concentrate on pushing his appeals. The relief he got in the High Court is a merely a short break by the High Court to respect the Court of Appeal. The case is still there.''
''He has not filed a defence because he obviously has no defence. Runtown still owes Ericmany more than N266 Million. He has not produced a single album as agreed. The Contract is still running. Ericmany has won the first round. Runtown has filed two appeals. The case is presently before the High Court of the FCT and Court of Appeal” the statement read in part.
The question now is, who is lying?
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