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Davido Challenges Pinnick’s N2.3Bn Delta Concert Contract Breach Suit

Well-known Afrobeats musician Davido has contested the N2.3 billion breach of contract lawsuit that Brownhill Investments Company Limited Chairman Amaju Pinnick brought against him.

According to reports, Davido allegedly broke a contract to perform in the 19th edition of the “Warri Again” event on October 6, 2023, according to a lawsuit filed on October 31 by Pinnick, a former president of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF).

He asserted that despite being paid $94,500, Davido did not show up for the event.

However, Davido contested the Delta State High Court in Effurun’s jurisdiction to hear the case during the suit hearing, represented by Norrison Quakers (SAN).

The singer contended that Pinnick ought to have sent a demand letter before taking legal action, arguing that the matter ought to be handled as a debt recovery case.

Furthermore, Davido refuted claims that Sosoberokon, who executed the deal on his behalf, was his authorized representative.

He refuted Pinnick’s assertion that the money was paid for promotional services as opposed to a performance.

However, the court postponed making a decision on the preliminary objections submitted in both cases until December 14, 2023.

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