The boss of Preya Music Company is also expected at the Douala I research brigade for investigation.
Following the granting of an overdraft facility of more than two million FCFA representing bonuses, the Crédit Agricole-Société camerounaise de banque (Ca Scb) has initiated legal proceedings against musician Ndédi Eyango. According to Le Messager of Wednesday, September 14, 2016, the boss of Preya Music owes more than three million CFA francs to the bank.
Reached by telephone on September 12, the artist who just returned from a journey attempted to provide some explanations: “It’s a story dating back to 2009. The bank made a serious mistake. Prince Ndedi Eyango is the founder of Preya Music and not the manager. Between 2009 and today, there have been three managers. To be honest, Preya has been closed since 2003 due to piracy of musical works. Meanwhile, me Ndedi Eyango, I never received any notice. “
Moreover, Ndedi Eyango points an accusing finger at the lobbies in the shadows. “We know who is behind this campaign to tarnish our image with the public and authorities who want to redress the copyright management. This is the same person who in 2013 had published our official documents in the press, “says the artist.
A press conference for illuminating the public on this is also intended by the artist, the newspaper said.