BREAKING: Breach of Contract: Yekini Adeojo Demands N58m From Wasiu Ayinde For Failure To Perform At Daughter’s Wedding - Reportgist

BREAKING: Breach of Contract: Yekini Adeojo Demands N58m From Wasiu Ayinde For Failure To Perform At Daughter’s Wedding

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For failure to perform at daughter’s wedding, Alhaji Chief (Dr.) Yekini Adeojo has demanded a refund of the sum of N8 million and additional N50 million for damages from renowned Fuji musician, Alhaji King Wasiu Ayinde.>>>CONTINUE FULL READING HERE

A letter from Ba Law Firm of Chief Bolaji Ayorinde , SAN, OFR, acting on behalf of Chief Adeojo, has demanded from King Wasiu Ayinde to pay the sum of N58m within the period of 14 days, from the date of the receipt of the letter, and in the event of failure to pay the sum, a legal action will be taken against the musician to enforce compliance.

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Ba Law Firm stated in the letter to Wasiu Ayinde that Chief Adeojo contracted the musician to perform at the wedding ceremony of Miss Mariam Oyinade Adeojo on 29 June 2024 in Ibadan, Oyo State with agreed sum of N8m paid into the account of Wasiu Ayinde since 9 January 2024, but the musician breach the contract by not showing up for the performance after Chief Adeojo had made elaborate preparation for the wedding ceremony with the invitation of the who-is-who in the society including the Executive Governor of Oyo State, Seyi Makinde.

“To worsen the situation, out client further states that the payment for your performance at his daughter’s wedding scheduled for 29 June 2024 at Jogor Event Centre, Ibadan, Oyo State was made since the 9th day of January, 2024, a period of over five months to the date of the event, yet, you failed to show up for your performance and deliberately breached the contract between you and our client,” the letter reads.

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By this breach, Chief Adeojo is demanding from Wasiu Ayinde immediate refund of N8m being the sum paid in advance for the performance, payment of N50m for damages on the breach of contract and payment of interest of 10 percent on N8m since 9 January 2024 and a letter of apology.>>>CONTINUE FULL READING HERE

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