Rivers born music star, Duncan Mighty who was rumoured to be kidnapped by unknown gunmen in Imo State early in the morning of Saturday, December 14 has now been reported to be in Police custody.
According to reports, Duncan Mighty was arrested by Imo State Police as a result of his failure to honor an agreement with an upcoming music star, M2 through former Imo State governor, Rochas Okorocha.
However, in an official statement by the Police, Duncan Mighty will be charged for fraud as the contract given to him is said to be worth N11 million.
Meanwhile, Duncan Mighty promised to refund all the money paid to him as soon as the contract is terminated after he was alleged to have not honoured his part of the deal. But he has failed to fulfill his promise.
Read report below as seen on Instablog9ja;
“The Imo State police command have shed more light on the circumstances surrounding the early morning arrest of Singer Duncan Mighty.
According to the State’s police P.R.O, the singer was arrested for fraud after reneging on an agreement he made with the Imo state government.
The arrest follows a petition written by an upcoming rap artist M2, who claimed that the Imo state Government led by Owelle Rochas Okorocha, through the office of the SA on Entertainment, enter into a deal with Duncan Mighty to manage, promote, arrange collaboration with other top artist and sign M2 under Young Wealth record label owned by Duncan Mighty.
This agreement was sealed with a fee of N11 million which was paid to him, however, since collecting the payment he refused to fulfill his own part of the deal.
Before today, the artist was arrested, and he confirmed going into an agreement but said he can only refund the money if the contract is terminated. Based on this promise, he was released.
This led to a termination of the contract by the representative of the former Governor, to ensure he refunds the money, however, since then, Duncan Mighty could not be reached. According to the statement, “he absconded.”
In view of the above, a warrant of arrest was issued, that led to his arrest at the early hours of this morning.”