The General manager of Eric Many Entertainment, Johnson Adumike, has alleged that popular Nigerian singer, Runtown, has been banned from assessing the United States.
In his statement, he claimed that the record label aided the singer and his brother to secure the US visa but his brother has since refused to come home after their trip.
He said: “The P-3 visa (which allows an artist or entertainer, individually or as a group, to enter the U.S) that Eric Many got for Runtown and his brothers to enter the United States has expired and Runtown’s brothers did not come back causing their visas to expire.”
With Runtown and the record label not in good terms, Eric Many reported the situation to the United States immigration.
Report revealed that when Runtown and his mother wanted to reapply for their visas, they were told that they had been banned.
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Runtown banned from entering the United States (Screenshots) Fresh reports have indicated that Nigerian singer, Douglas Jack Agu has been banned from entering the United States. . . According to Johnson Adumike, the General Manager of his erstwhile record label, Eric Many Entertainment, Runtown and his brother's secured the US visa though the label but his brother's refused to come back, thus staying in the United States illegally on expired visa . . In his words, 'the P-3 visa (which allows an artist or entertainer, individually or as a group, to enter the U.S) that Eric Many got for Runtown and his brothers to enter the United States has expired and Runtown's brothers did not come back causing their visas to expire. . . Eric Many reported this incident to United States immigration, so when Runtown and his mother went to reapply for their visas, they found out that they have been banned from traveling to the US simply because America believes that both him and his mother may decide not to come back again just as his brothers'. . . Johnson also added that 'karma always comes back for you when you bite the hand that feeds you'. . . Swipe to see a copy of the approval notice from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service.