Wizkid’s bodyguard, Emmanuel Obinna, has dragged DNA nightclub boss, Olufemi Olusanya and a bouncer, David Afari, to court over an alleged assault on him.
Vanguard reports that the nightclub boss and his bouncer were arraigned before an Igbosere Magistrates Court, on Wednesday, November 21, 2018 for allegedly stabbing and assaulting Wizkid’s personal guard.
The 38-year-old showbiz entrepreneur and his 29-year-old bouncer were slammed with a three-count charge bordering on conspiracy, unlawful assault and grievous bodily harm by the Police after Obinna reported the matter
Wizkid reportedly owes DNA nightclub N15 million
In the proceedings of the court reported by Vanguard, Starboy entertainment boss, Wizkid allegedly owes Olusanya’s nightclub the sum of N15 million.
According to the report, Wizkid owed the nightclub the sum of N8million, and also a pull party bill of N7 million.
How it happened according to court proceedings
According to court reports, Obinna had, on November 15, 2018, gone to DNA nightclub to settle part of a N15 million debt owed by Wizkid when he was attacked by the nightclub boss and his bouncer.
The police prosecutor, Inspector Joseph Jimoh, reportedly told the court that the th DNA nightclub boss and his bouncer unlawfully assaulted Obinna, by allegedly beating him and using broken glass to injure one of his eyes, finger and left side of his face at about 3AM.
The police inspector also told the court that the offences committed is punishable under sections 411, 173 and 245 of the criminal laws of Lagos State 2015.
DNA nightclub boss, bouncer gets N500K bail each
The DNA nightclub boss and his bouncer have been granted bail in the sum of N500,000 each after they both pleaded not guilty to the charges filed against them.
The duo were granted bail after their lawyer, D. Mustapher told the court that steps are already being taken to settle the matter with one of the steps being taken is footing Obinna’s medical bills.
To this end, Magistrate Y. O Aro-Lambo, granted the defendants bail in the sum of N500,000 each, with two sureties each in like sum.
Magistrate Aro-Lambo also adjourned the case till January 17, 2019 for mention