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Delta Concert: David challenges Pinnick’s 2.3 billion Norwegian breach of contract lawsuit

Famous Afrobeat singer, Davido has contested a N2.3 billion breach of contract suit filed against him by the Chairman of Brownhill Investments Company Limited, Amaju Pinnick.

DAILY POST reported on October 31 that Mr. Pinnick, a former president of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), violated Davido’s contract to perform at the 19th ‘Wali Again’ event to be held on October 6, 2023. It was reported that a lawsuit had been filed.

He claimed that Davido did not attend the event despite receiving a payment of $94,500.

However, during the hearing of the case, Davido, through his legal team led by Norison Quakers (SAN), challenged the jurisdiction of the Delta State High Court in Efurun to resolve the matter.

Singer pointed out that Pinnick should have issued a demand letter before filing suit and argued that the matter should be treated as a debt collection case.

Mr. Davido also denied that Mr. Sosobelocon, who signed the contract on his behalf, was his authorized agent.

He disputed Mr. Pinnick’s contention that the payments were for performance rather than promotional services.

However, the court adjourned until December 14, 2023 to rule on preliminary challenges filed in both cases.

Source: dailypost.ng

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