After Triple MG artiste, Tekno has dropped the hint that Paul Okoye is now part owner of the record company, the label boss, Ubi Franklin also braced up to declare the Paul Okoye of P Square as 50% owner of the Made Men Music Group.
Ubi Franklin confirmed that he indeed sold 50% shares of singer Iyanya’s shares in Triple MG to Paul Okoye.
This confirmation was nade after Tekno, an artiste under the label, took to Instagram to reveal that the CEO Upfront & Personal, now “owns 50% of MMMG”.
Ubi, who spoke to Thecable Lifestyle, revealed that he bought Iyanya’s shares in the ompany after he exited the label in August 2016, before fially selling to Paul O.
In his words:
“When Iyanya was leaving, I bought over his shares so I owned 100% of the company so I sold those shares to Paul Okoye of Upfront and Personal.”
“Paul Okoye now owns part of MMMG.”
Ubi Franklin, also added that a press conference to talk about the recent developments in the company, will soon be held.