“D’banj does lawful business” A lawyer speaks forward.

Oladapo Oyebanjo, better known by his stage name D’banj, was arrested and has since been defended by his attorney against the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission.


Recall that on Wednesday morning, news broke that the ICPC had detained and arrested D’banj on suspicion of diverting funds for the N-Power Programme.


The commission claimed that the Oliver Twist singer had been “ignored and not honored” on numerous occasions to appear before a group of investigators.


In a statement on Wednesday, D’banj’s assistant team head for litigation at Law Corridor, Maryam Musa, stated that it is company policy for D’banj and his management to refrain from business transactions “unless they are genuine, properly documented, and obtainable in law.”


However, the attorney acknowledged that the ICPC was still looking into claims of money being diverted from N-Power.


Dbanj sent letters through his attorneys to the commission informing them of his itinerary in South Africa and promising to visit the Commission when he returned, Musa continued, even though he had been formally invited by the ICPC to participate in the investigation a month earlier.

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