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Court adjourns Paul Play’s N200m case against Etisalat

29 September 2015, 12:08

Lagos - Paul Play is seeking an order of the court compelling Etisalat and others to pay him N200m for the alleged use of his 2009 hit single, ‘Mosorire’ without his authorization, reports Pulse.ng

The legal tussle between award winning music act, Paul I.K. Dairo better known as Paul Play and telecoms giant, Etisalat has been adjourned to a new date.

Also read:Paul Play sue Etisalat and Nigerian Idol over song

A Federal High Court in Lagos presided over by Justice Aneke has adjourned proceedings till November 23, 2015 following an alleged copyright infringement suit filed by music star, Paul Play against Etisalat.

Paul Play claimed Etisalat used ‘Mosorire’ in its popular television reality show, Nigerian Idol for two consecutive years without paying him.

Read more at Pulse.ng

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