Barely seven months after Caroline Danjuma unveiled Guepard Productions, a multi-million entertainment business concern, at a glamorous launch, things are no longer at ease, as the company has finally closed shop.
The end came for the company via a message from Phillip Okafor, one of Carolineâ€™s aides.
According to the aide, contrary to strong tales swirling around about how her husband, Musa Danjuma, locked her up in their Ikoyi mansion over some illicit act, the pretty woman had to close shop after she was instructed by her husband to give more time to her matrimonial functions.
Okafor said other reasons for the closure was the irresponsible attitude of some artistes signed under the record label arm of the business. Also, some staff of the company have been involved in pilfering some of the high tech equipments of the company, which include cameras, laptop computers, hard drives and even money expected to be remitted into the companyâ€™s account.
However, sources said the released statement was just a PR stunt. The husband, it was said, was tired of the negative reports swirling around the former actress and singer.
Things began to fall apart when Caroline had a slight argument with Le Soul, one of the artistes on the label. No sooner had that happened than other artistes joined in the spat, and they all left en masse.