Gospel singer Daddy owen given seven days to pay singer Sarkozy ksh 2 million

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The seven-day ultimatum expired last Friday and by Sunday, Daddy Owen had not responded to it according to lawyer Katee.
In the demand letter, Sarkozy claimed to have written and arranged the song Wewe ni Mungu and also directed the videos of hit song Vanity and Okokroko.

Sarkozy, who at some point was housed by Daddy Owen for two years, claims he has never received a single cent for the services he rendered in the three projects.

He claimed his attempts to have Owen pay him haven’t borne any fruits with the gospel star always avoiding his calls.

“It is from the above foregoing that our client has instructed us to demand you Ksh Two Million (Ksh2, 000,000) as payment for his services, legal fees and damages. Take note that if the above demand is not met within 7 days, our client has given us mandatory instructions to pursue legal redress in a court of law without any further reference to you,” read part of the demand letter.

Responding to the allegations, Daddy Owen told Nairobi News that he doesn’t understand any of those claims by Sarkozy.

“To be honest I don’t understand all that is happening, I don’t want to comment on something I don’t know. I have been in prayers which are very important to me and have just been told of the claims. I won’t rush to react to something that I don’t know how exactly I should react to,” Daddy Owen responded. This is the second time the reserved Daddy Owen is finding himself in such a situation. 

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