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Thursday, March 20 2014

Eagles Production band is in more trouble. Promoter Balaam is now demanding for over shs300m should they fail to perform during the Easter period. Balaam wants the original members that include; Mesach Semakula, Ronald Mayinja, Catherine Kusasira, Grace Sekamatte, Maureen Nantume, Doreen Mutiibwa and Stecia Mayanja to perform.

The current Eagles Production now has two members following the split who include Geoffrey Lutaaya and his wife, Irene Namatovu. Promoter Balaam in a letter through his lawyers is demanding that the entire group performs at his three concerts where he is expected to earn about shs 320m and will not settle for less.

We are yet to see how that works out as the concerts are to take place next month. Meanwhile, the other members who broke away to form Golden Production have also hit a snag as the name Golden Production is already registered. The new group had started promoting their forthcoming gigs with Catherine Kusasira using "Golden Girl" as her tagline.

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