Popular musician Oladapo Oyebanjo, often known as Dbanj, was freed by the Independent Corrupt Practices and other Related Offences Commission after spending over 72 hours in detention (ICPC).
Recall that D’banj was held by the anti-graft organization on Tuesday due to charges of fraud surrounding the N-Power initiative.
According to a recent update, the singer was freed on Friday, December 9th, in the afternoon. The ICPC may subsequently issue a summons to the performer, however.
The singer cooperated with the Commission throughout its probe, according to the artist’s attorney, Pelumi Olajengbesi, who spoke to Premium Times.
While pointing out that Dbanj was freed on his own recognizance, Mr. Olajengbesi could not disclose whether the ICPC had given the singer administrative bail.
He said that the singer was not linked to any proof of fraudulent activities by the ICPC.
Nothing accusatory was discovered on him. When he recognized himself, he was let go. Since we have always maintained that D’banj is innocent of the accusations made against him, we now anticipate the ICPC to issue a letter of clearance to him,” he added.
According to a source who talked with Sahara Reporters, the artist “plans to come out shortly.”