Duncan Mighty Dragged For Faking Accident, Refusing To Refund N4Million Paid To Him For Show

Duncan Mighty Dragged For Faking Accident, Refusing To Refund N4Million Paid To Him For Show

Journalist Jackson Ude has dragged famous singer Duncan Mighty with his full chest for not showing up for a show he was paid for in December 2021.

In the post shared on the microblogging platform, Jackson Ude revealed he paid Duncan Mighty three million for a concert held on 30th December 2021 and an additional six hundred and thirty thousand, but he didn’t show up.

According to Jackson Ude, Duncan Mighty has become notorious for collecting money from show promoters and not showing up.

Jackson Ude added that Duncan Mighty had done the same with a show in Uromi, Uyo and other places. He urged the singer to pay back his money and avoid his trouble.

Her wrote:

“I paid Ducan Might N3 million for Nkporo Youth Unity Concert that held on December 30 2021, and an additional N630k for flight tickets.

 He didn’t show up for the concert. Next, I heard was a picture of him wrapped in a bandage claiming an accident while holding his cell phone.

Duncan Mighty has become notorious for collecting money from show promoters and not showing u. He did that with a show in Uromi, Uyo and other places.

 I am not the one who would want to deal with folks in the entertainment industry. Duncan should avoid my trouble and payback now.”

Duncan Mighty however on the 5th of January 2022 took to social media to express appreciation to God after surviving a ghastly motor accident.

In the post shared on his Instagram page, Duncan Mighty revealed their vehicle drove into a river after a trailer at high speed had a brake failure on their way to Uyo on 2nd January 2022.

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