Reports reaching GNN indicate that a Liberian gospel music star, Kanvee Adams, has prematurely terminated his “mega deal” with Nigerian music label DAAR Music Global Limited, while alleging multiple abuses, including sexual assaults and verbal abuse by its President Grand Chief Raymond Dokpesi, Sr.
It may be recalled that the Nigerian band signed the award-winning Liberian gospel star in 2019 on a seven-year contract. The Liberian gospel icon became the first artist signed by Daar Music Global to his label in elaborate ceremonies held in Lagos and later Abuja. Apart from the artist’s alleged non-settlement for the deal, Grand Chief Raymond Dokpesi Sr, founder of Daar Communications Pls and owner of a media conglomerate of AIT and Ray Power FM broadcast by DSTV across Nigeria , is accused of multiple assaults and sexual abuse.
Chief Dokpesi is a very influential member of Nigeria’s opposition People’s Democratic Party (PDP), who currently chairs presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar’s Technical Committee.
Now, this trending “marriage” in both Liberian and Nigerian media spaces has become very muddy with the Liberian gospel icon repeatedly alleging the Managing Director (CEO) of DAAR Music Global Limited, Chief Dokpesi , Sr of Sexual Assault and Verbal Abuse . Sources close to the award-winning Gospel mega star have also revealed how the Nigerian company has since refused to settle her for the three years she spent on her label. According to our source, since she stood up to him and promised to report him, Chief Raymond has subjected her and her family to enormous pain and suffering, including the removal of allowances for more than a year. year.
Although Kanvee has so far declined to comment on the matter, sources have further said that the traumatized Liberian Gospel musician and her children no longer feel safe in Nigeria, putting pressure on her family to leave. emergency their residence in Lagos under threat of exposing. Chief Dokpesi.
“For every pain and suffering, trauma and depression you have put me through, I promise you Raymond Dokpesi, you will pay,” the source quotes the traumatized Liberian gospel queen as lamenting.
Several attempts to verify the allegations against Chief Dokpesi have failed.
Meanwhile, the sources also disclosed that the Liberian Ambassador accredited to Nigeria, His Excellency Ambassador Al-Hasan Conteh has since been briefed on the matter. We are reliably informed that the singer requested the intervention of the Liberian Ambassador, Dr Al-Hassan Conteh, over a year ago, but unfortunately, it seems that the head of Liberian diplomacy in Nigeria could not help the stranded Liberian artist out of what is now a dire situation.
The sources further disclosed that Ambassador Conteh, apparently frustrated that she could not find a peaceful resolution to the matter, allegedly resorted to ignoring Kanvee’s calls and texts due to her insistence on her intervention as sole representative of the Liberian government in Nigeria. represented the Liberian government at the 2019 signing ceremony in Nigeria.
Attempts to reach the Liberian Ambassador did not materialize as he did not respond to text messages sent to him.
Meanwhile, the sources revealed that Kanvee had sent an SOS appeal to help his family get out of Nigeria safely after which it could go public.
However, efforts to contact Raymond Dokpesi DAA through his Nigerian mobile numbers failed.
The investigation continues
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