Reekado Banks’ Manager Remanded in Kirikiri Prison Over N2Million Performance Fee Debt | Details
Reekado Banks’ brother and manager, Temi Solomon was reportedly arrested and arraigned by the police before an Ikeja court and remanded on Tuesday, January 23, 2018.
Mavins music act, Reekado Banks’ manager and brother, Temi has been reportedly remanded in Kirkiri prisons over a sum of N2million performance fee paid for the services of the singer.
Temi was arrested and arraigned by the police before an Ikeja court on Tuesday, January 23, 2018 and remanded in prison until the next hearing.
Following a report on Reekado Banks and his manager being given an ultimatum by the Police to refund a couple they refused to show up at their wedding.
It has been confirmed now that Temi has been remanded in Kirikiri Prison on same case. Reekado Banks and his manager were invited to the Ogba Area G police station, regarding a case of obtaining the sum of N2m as the fee for a performance at a wedding in Benin City on the 23rd of December, 2017 but failed to show up.
The latest update on the case now according to the camp of Uwa Igbinedion who took the matter to the police is that Reekado Banks and his team did not meet up with the Police deadline with the excuse that they incurred “logistical costs” despite not honoring the deal.
After countless of invitations by the police which Reekado Banks reportedly refused to honour, his Manager, Temi, was yesterday arraigned before a court in Ikeja after which he was remanded to the Kirikiri Maximum Prison, even as the singer is still at large. The case has been adjourned until the 19th of February 2018.