Tuesday, March 18 2014
All is not well for Geoffrey Lutaaya after Balaam of Balaam Enterprises has threatened to drag them (Eagles Production) to court if they don't refund his Shs 85m, short of that they perform as the original lineup of Eagles Production during Easter.
As you all know, the band has since split. Geoffrey Lutaaya, the then director of Eagles Production signed the contract on behalf of the company to perform during the Easter season receiving an advance payment of shs 85m in the process. Chances are this money was part of the wedding money because, that was just around the time for the one-billion-wedding.
Regarding this matter, Geoffrey Lutaaya says that he is in talks with the other members that went on to form another group, Golden Production and advices Balaam to be patient.
However, Musa Kavuma of KT Promotions and former manager of Eagles Production, now, a director in the new formerd Golden Production says that if there is anyone out there seeking for a refund and have the contracts signed by him are free to seek refunds.
Meanwhile, members of the Goldren Production have lined up shows including May 16, the day which Geoffrey Lutaaya had earmarked for his 'Nkolera Bana Bange' launch. As if that is not enough, Geoffrey Lutaaya will be at Equatorial parking while members of Golden Production will be at Bat Valley, which is a stone's throw away.
In the event that Geoffrey Lutaaya fails to get the Eagles Production members to perform, which is likely as they have also been booked elsewhere, he will be forced to pay back the entire amount.
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