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The bone of contention between Nigerian singers, Majek Fashek and Timi Dakolo seems far from over as the winner of the inaugural season of Idols West Africa in 2007 has issued a public response to allegations of Intellectual Property theft slammed on him.

 
Timi Dakolo and Majek Fashek
 
 
Timi Dakolo has published documents showing he did not infringe on copyright laws when he did a remake of Majek Fashek’s ‘Send Down The Rain’.
 
The documents released by Timi shows that an agreement was signed by Char|€X Novia who represented Majek Fashek while the sum of N500,000 was paid on behalf of Timi Dakolo by Now Music to November Records.
 
According to THE NET, Char|€X Novia also released a statement saying Timi Dakolo did not break any laws. ‘Well yeah, I brought a statement on this last year which absolves Timi of any wrong doing and we still stand by that statement.

‘Majek in the presence three or four witnesses gave us permission to negotiate that deal on his behalf. Timi Dakolo actually went through all the processes required to clear the song.

‘I don’t know what Majek’s new management is trying to achieve with these things,‘ he said.
 
The legal representative of Majek Fashek had earlier threatened to slam Timi Dakolo with a massive law suit in the region of N100 million if he fails to tender concrete documents of a legal agreement to use the hit song.
 
See documents below:
 
 
 
 

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The bone of contention between Nigerian singers, Majek Fashek and Timi Dakolo seems far from over as the winner of the inaugural season of Idols West Africa in 2007 has issued a public response to allegations of Intellectual Property theft slammed on him.   Timi Dakolo and Majek...