Eddy Kenzo Able To Perform In Kampala After Court Ruling

Eddy Kenzo, CEO of Big Talent, is pleased that Luba Events’ lawsuit against him was rejected by the court, restoring his ability to appear anyplace in Kampala. Eddy Kenzo was prohibited from performing in Kampala in November when Moses Lubuulwa, owner of Luba Events, took him to court for breaking a contract they had made over the organization of the just-completed “Eddy Kenzo Festival.”

Eddy Kenzo, according to Luba Events, misled him by taking away the organizing rights after receiving payment from him to host “Eddy Kenzo Festival” tours in various locations around the nation, including Masaka, Bundibujo, and other locations.

When he planned the Eddy Kenzo Festival in 2020, which didn’t take place because to Covid 19, Luba Events said that he suffered damages totaling Sh800M. According to information received, the singer’s ban was removed by the court because, among other things, Moses Lubuulwa was not given permission to file the lawsuit or submit this application on the company’s behalf.

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Kenzo was represented by Counsel Kabega Musa and Counsel Faisal Balikurungi of Kabega, Bogezi and Bukenya Advocates when he was in the United States for the Grammy Awards activations. On Tuesday night, the artist posted the wonderful news to social media and praised God for the event.

“Lies are too loud with unnecessary noise but the truth always comes in organized sweet melodies. Today the 20th of Decemberthe Honorable court of Uganda ruled in our favour against the temporary injunction that was intended to stop Me from doing my job.” Kenzo tweeted

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