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The two wrangling groups are then expected to team up and perform as the old Eagles Production that was funded by Balaam on May 2014.


Balaam denied the two groups from staging any concert starting this Easter season till his Shs 320m debt has been cleared.


The Nakawa High Court judge, Gladys Nakibuule, recently served the duo with summons after Golden Band advocate Nsamba asked her to grant them some time to solve the issues amicably, outside court.


In a closed door court session between the advocates of either sides, promoter Balaam and his lawyer Fred Muwema, accepted to allow the groups go on with the performances so as to solicit for the money demanded.


The promoter claims he signed an agreement with Geoffrey Lutaaya who was the then director.


Lutaaya and his counterparts Mesach Ssemakula, Ronald Mayinja and their manager, Musa Kavuma, lawyer Medard Lubega Sseggona, the Golden Production lawyer, Erias Lukwago, all seconded the proposal and gave the two groups a go ahead to resolve the query instead of tarnishing
their image.

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