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Lagos Police want D’Banj, wife to explain son’s death

Lagos Police on Monday directed the Afrobeats star, Oladapo Olabanji, “D’banj’’, to make a formal report on the circumstances that led to the death of his son.

Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Mr Edgal Imohimi, said that the family should report the incident to the police after the period of mourning.

D’banj lost his only son, Daniel Oyebanjo, who turned one year in May, in a swimming pool inside the singer’s Lagos home on June 24.

CSP Chike Oti, the command’s spokesman, quoted Imohimi as saying in a statement that the state command had sent a delegation to condole with the family.

“The CP wants the family to know that at this period of their grief, the entire command shares in their pains.

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“It is expected that when the mourning period is over, the family will formally report the circumstances that led to the unfortunate death of the little Daniel to the police,’’ Imohimi said.

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40 Comments
  1. Bosah Mgbakor says

    All des useless police must die by fire!

  2. Aniekeme Nathaniel says

    Police invite??? Pls dear police if u hv so much invitation card invite all cow owner and others to find out why ppl are being killed under so much security watch

  3. Jude Anthony says

    Go met herdsmen to explains death of ppl they have killed. Yeye fowl

  4. Uyoyo Okiroro says

    Stupid Nigerian police, they should go and investigate plateau’s massacre

  5. Fred Oduwa Samuel says

    In Western world’s he and his wife should have been in question by police now and one of them must go in for it

  6. Joe Onda says

    Allow them mourn the loss of their son quietly. Take your hypocrisy elsewhere. What has the law enforcement agencies done about the massacre in plateau state?

  7. Paul Arrey says

    When you married negligence that’s always the outcome. Take heart brother

  8. Mack Yinka Aghedo says

    Police, please leave alone to mourn our loss, if you have investigation to make over the unfortunate incidence, the law allows that. This is painful loss of an innocent boy to everyone

  9. Morison Ero Monday says

    Not illuminati

  10. Morison Ero Monday says

    Not illuminati

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