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Amaju Pinnick’s company and Davido agree to resolve dispute out of Court

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By Monsurah Olatunji

Amaju Pinnick’s Brownhill Investment Company Limited and Nigerian music sensation Davido have reached a settlement in the lawsuit filed against the artist for an alleged breach of contract.

The lawsuit stemmed from an incident in October 2023 when Davido failed to perform as promised at a function in Warri, Delta State, despite being paid $94,600.

Pinnick, the former president of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), accused Davido of endangering his life and that of his family through incendiary social media posts.

Brownhill Investment Company Limited sought N2.3 billion in damages and additional fees for legal and professional services in a lawsuit filed in Effurun’s Delta State High Court.

The claim included N150 million for legal fees and N30 million for the cost of the lawsuit, along with $18,000 for arranging Davido’s transportation to Warri via chartered plane.

However, both parties have agreed to settle the dispute out of court. The Delta State High Court granted their plea for an out-of-court settlement on Thursday, bringing an end to the legal proceedings.

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