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Nigeria’s High Court rejects Davido’s request for stay of proceedings breach of contract lawsuit


The Delta State High Court has dismissed Nigerian vocalist Davido's solicitation for a stay of procedures in the two billion naira break of agreement claim recorded against him by Brownhill Venture Company Limited.


In the claim, the petitioner is looking for N2 billion in general damages against Davido, alongside N150 million for legitimate and proficient charges and an extra N30 million for the expense of documenting the suit. The litigants for the situation are David Adeleke, otherwise called "Davido," and his music name, Davido Music Worldwide Limited.


During the consultation, Davido's counsel, Mr. Norrison Quakers, SAN, informed the court about a forthcoming allure and recorded a movement for a stay of procedures.

In any case, he later pulled out the movement, expressing that the Court of Allure had locale over the matter. The petitioner's direction, Kelechi Onwuegbuchulem, didn't go against the withdrawal of the movement, and the court conceded it likewise. In a seat governing, the court concurred with the petitioner's contention, expressing that procedures would go on in the High Court until a request remaining further procedures is gotten from the Court of Allure.


The court likewise conceded a movement looking to regularize the inquirer's answer to the assertion of protection and coordinated the documenting of Pre-Preliminary Meeting (PTC) structures in the span of 14 days according to court rules. The case was concluded to Walk 21, 2024, for a pre-preliminary meeting.


It's actually quite significant that Davido had recently tested the court's locale, contending that the case ought not be heard in Effurun. Nonetheless, the court excused this starter complaint in its decision.

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