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Monday, 30 July 2018

Runtown Singer ordered to appear before an Abuja High Court on August 8


Runtown has been ordered to appear before an Abuja High Court on August 8 for disobeying court orders.


Runtown to appear before Abuja High Court (FV)

Runtown has been summoned to appear before an Abuja High court on August 8th for allegedly disobeying the orders of the court.

According to a statement made available by his former label, Eric Many, as posted on Lailasnews, and an injunction filed and published in Page 52 and 53 of the Punch Newspapers, on Monday, July 30.

Runtown has been summoned to appear before an Abuja High Court on August 8th, 2018 for disobeying Court Injunction made on May 10th 2018.


The statement reads;

‘Recall that we served a Contempt Warning from Court on Runtown on July 4, 2018 after he defied Court Order and released a song.

Rather than heed the Contempt Warning and retrace his steps, he issued a Press Release in which he argued that the Injunction had expired.


The Injunction was to stop things until the hearing of our Motion seeking to freeze activities until a decision on his status (whether he had discharged his obligations to us or not) is taken. It barred him from performing or releasing songs for the time being’.


Court Injunction against Runtown (Punch)



The statement went on to add that, ‘the legal advice we received was that Runtown was wrong in his interpretation of the Rules of Court he relied on since he was already served with our Motion and was represented in Court on May 31, 2018 when the Court adjourned to September 27, 2018, to hear the Motion and the one filed by Runtown himself!

To turn around after that day to proceed to do what the Order barred him from doing, and what the Motion served on him (adjourned in his presence) seeks to stop, is unjustifiable under the 7-Days Rule he relied upon. That could probably apply to a person against whom an interim injunction was obtained without more’.

‘Based on this, we have done two things: One, we have obtained a ‘FORM 49’ against him to explain why he should not be sent to prison, especially when he continued to publicize fixtures for shows in Canada, Namibia, Europe etc and threaten to release more songs, both actions in defiance of the Court Order.


Court Injunction against Runtown (Punch)



The application (now fixed for 8th August) has been served on him in the Punch as ordered by the Court. Two, since we will not allow him to continue to mock the Court Order we have applied and obtained a new Injunction to stop his actions to protect the Contempt Case.

The new injunction bars him from his threatened defiant actions in Canada, Namibia, Europe etc. We believe the new Injunction has not also ‘expired’ and hope he respects the Court this time.

Please bear in mind that our main case in Court boils down to whether Runtown has discharged his monetary obligations to us and delivered one Album to us as spelt out in our Contract.

He has responded, so it will be good to allow the Court to decide what each party filed. Let both sides apply restraint.'' the statement concluded.

Khorgist made efforts to reach Runtown, but his team declined to comment on the issue.


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