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Evidence: Court Orders Arrest Of Wizkid
An arrest warrant has been issued for Nigerian music star Wizkid for failing to honour a contract for a concert with a client.
The arrest order was issued by a Buganda Road chief magistrates court.
The Ugandan reports that the order for the arrest of Wizkid, born Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun, was signed by......
presiding judge Moses Baligeya Mufumbiro.
The charges against Wizkid were obtaining money by false pretense, cheating and conspiracy to defraud.
The charges were brought against by lawyers of Muwema co advocates and solicitors who are counsel to a company called Face TV which is accusing Wizkid of receiving $60,000 (around N27million) as performance fee for a show that he never showed up for.
Face TV said after Wizkid’s team agreed to the deal, the company incurred extra expenses for booking flights and other logistics to the tune of $300,000 and also sold tickets to 25,000 people for the concert that eventually did not take place.
The Ugandan reports that Wizkid was billed to perform at Lugogo Cricket Oval on December 3 but did not show up for the event.
Fast rising Nollywood actress, Onyii Alex got tongues wagging after she posted a supposed 'raunchy' photo in Instagram on Sunday.
The picture showed the outline of her camel toe as it was a clingy Gucci Kaftan. She was first called out by her actor colleague, Zubby Michael. See more of the photos below with screenshots of some comments:
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has directed its Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC) in Cross River to remove the names of all candidates of All Progressives Congress (APC) from the ballot for the general elections.
Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones has revealed being abused by his step-father at the age of ten turned him into a sex addict. He has opened up on his sexual past, including performing sex acts on another......
President Muhammadu Buhari and his wife have voted in the on-going presidential and National Assembly elections.
They both voted in Daura, Buhari’s home town in Katsina State. The incumbent President cast his ballot at exactly 8.07am.
Asked for his view on the progress of the election, he said: “So far so good. Nigerians are behaving themselves”.
Asked if he would concede if he loses, he responded thus: “I will congratulate myself. I am going to be the winner”.