Do2dtun, a popular stage name for Oladotun Mofiyinfoluwa Oloniyo, a medical physiologist, model, and personal trainer from Nigeria, has criticized D’Banj on his verified Instagram profile.
Despite the fact that Do2dtun hasn’t yet made clear what the problem is, his post has nothing to do with the N Power fund scam that D’Banj was just accused of.
D’banj was apprehended and held last Tuesday when ICPC agents surrounded him and forced him to turn himself in at the organization’s headquarters in Abuja, the capital of Nigeria, according to previous reports from Kemi Filani News.
The legendary singer was freed by the Independent Corrupt Practices and other Related Offences Commission after almost 72 hours in jail (ICPC).
On Friday afternoon, he was discharged, and the ICPC may have subsequently called him.
Pelumi Olajengbesi, the singer’s attorney, said that the musician cooperated with the Commission throughout its inquiry.
Do2dtun, on his part, vowed to reveal all of the singer’s and his family members’ falsehoods.
The father of two said that he had been silent for the previous two years, but not any more.
“No power once again. I’ll soon add additional lights, so don’t worry. No longer any light or love. Complete darkness. I’m patiently waiting,” he wrote.
I haven’t spoken for the previous two years, I continued. There have been several falsehoods stated and efforts made to skew the path of justice. It is dishonorable when attorneys who are supposed to be knowledgeable opt to practice law like social media influencers rather than adhere to the Court’s authority.
Anyway, @iambangalee of life, I have read and heard the falsehoods that you, your inexperienced lawyer, and your family have spread to the media and the police, and I can assure you that I am prepared for you. Because you decided to go public with the situation, everyone will now be aware of how vile, dishonest, uneducated, and nasty you and your whole family are.
Regarding Taiwo, Mummy wa, God will eventually mend your heart. I’ll continue to pray for you.