Connect with us
 

Entertainment

Brother of Reekado Banks who is also his manager remanded in Prison over N2 million debt (Details)

Published

on

Last week, there was a report making rounds on the internet about Reekado Banks and his brother, Temi, being summoned by the Ogba Area G police station, which they refused to honour. According to the report, Reekado Bank and Temi who is also his manager were given an ultimatum by the Police to refund a couple they refused to show up at their wedding. It can be confirmed now that Temi, has been remanded in Kirikiri Prison on same case.

Reekado Banks and his brother, Temi, 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.

Following repeated invitations by the police which Reekado Banks reportedly refused to honour, his brother/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.‎

Before the matter was taken to court, Reekado Banks manager, Temi, was contacted on phone to confirm if the allegation was true, he replied harshly on the issue, in a stern voice saying:

‘All the allegations are not true, I will rather let the matter remain as it is. When the right time comes, we will let the public know what transpired between both parties’.

We think the public is now in the know of what actually transpired between the two parties. This will definitely serve as a lesson to other celebrities who feel they are above the law and will not honour invitations even after they have been paid their requested bill.

 
 
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *