Former OAU Student Accuse Brymo of fraud and has taken to her Twitter page over the alleged amount of money collected from her by the management team of popular Nigerian artist Brymo.
The Amount accrued by his manager Lanre Lawal amounting to the sum of N200,000 which was paid by the student on the 28th of June 2018 serving as an upfront payment to a said event which was supposed to take place on the 7th of July 2018 but was postponed 7 days after.
According to her tweets, she said that an alternative plan was agreed between her and his manager despite calling for the reversal of the postponement due to a test that posed a threat to the event.
The Obafemi Awolowo law student has petitioned the Economic and Financial Crime commission over the refusal of the manager to refund her money, not after the manager threatened the said group of organizers.
Brymo and his manager defrauded myself and my team in 2018. We were just group of University student excited to create a good student experience for students.— Karimot Odebode (@Lady_karimah) November 6, 2020
I reached out to Lanre Lawal in his capacity as BrymO manager to secure his artist.
He asked for 1m but we were able
We have tried to reach the management of Brymo as we are yet to get any response from him or his management concerning this development.