May 14, 2010, 4:29 PM
testimony, Mr Gomez told the court that he was a DJ and knew the defendant. He
stated that he had an agreement with the defendant to have a program on
further narrated that after the programme they would share the profit and that
he would share the profit by taking 40% of it while the defendant would receive
60%. He adduced that one Pa Modou Secka commonly known as Rati, who is also a
DJ at the defendant's club has all contracts for musicians. He revealed that
Rati would take 25% from his share of 40% and that Rati told the Manager of the
club, Yusupha Sowe, that everything was settled for Andrew Gomez's programme
The plaintiff adduced further that on the day of the programme he went to the club and found Gamcel having a programme there. He stated that he had told the manager that he should have performed rather than Gamcel but the manager told him that he had no idea that Gamcel was performing on that day. Mr Gomez narrated that he told the manager that Gamcel should finish at because his people were coming for his programme, and that some of them went home after because he could not perform his programme.
He further said that the manager told him that D2,132 was the proceeds of the tickets sold for his programme and was given D900 as his share. He added that he asked for the Gamcel money but the manager told him that he should not be given anything from the proceeds. He said he spent D3000 for other expenses and the manager was informed accordingly, but he was asked to go out of the club by the manager.
was adjourned to