Record label, Ericmany Entertainment has won a 14million Naira suit filed against it and its estranged act Douglas Jack Agu (Runtown) by the Dynamic Minds League.

The suit was for a claim of damages against Ericmany after  Runtown did not perform at a carnival organized by the Dynamic Minds League in Anambra State in January 2015.

The case was filed on 19th August 2015 by the Anambra group through its leader, Chizuo Anetoh.

They dragged Runtown, Ericmany Entertainment and Prince Okwudili Umenyiora, the billionaire Chairman of Dilly Motors Limited and Ericmany Entertainment before the Lagos High Court, after the singer refused to honour his contract at the Harmattan Carnival held at Adazi-Nnukwu, Anaocha in Anambra State.

Even though Ericmany and Runtown are in a legal battle after the musician walked away from the label,  Ericmany lawyers, Chijioke Emeka & Colleagues [Auxano Law] argued that the group first breached the contract has failed to provide all that was required and in good time for the artiste to make the appearance.

Ericmany’s case was that the group made inadequate and shoddy arrangements.

In his judgment, Hon. Justice K. O. Alogba gave victory to Ericmany after he found out that the group’s arrangement was very shoddy.

The Court agreed with Ericmany that the Dynamic Minds League was reckless about the contract when it failed to book flight tickets ahead.

The Court also said the group failed to prove how they were entitled to the N14 Million claim and therefore dismissed the case.

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