Oladapo Oyebanjo, popularly known by his stage as D’banj, has acknowledged that the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offenses Commission (ICPC), where he had been detained for more than 72 hours, had actually freed him.
The musician stressed that he has no business with fraud while stating that all he enjoys doing is “chopping” lives in his Friday Instagram post in which he made the confession.
“Global thanks to the world,” he said. I was requested to participate in an ICPC investigation. I have given the commission all the information I have, and I have faith in their ability to discover the truth. I don’t deal in fraud; all I do is take lives. Since nothing was observed or discovered on me, I was allowed to leave on self-recognition. God bless you all, my folks, he wrote as the caption of a recent image.
D’banj was released on supervised probation, according to his attorney Pelumi Olajengbesi, who was unable to confirm whether the ICPC had granted the musician administrative bail.
Additionally, he stated that no evidence of fraudulent behavior was linked to the singer by the ICPC.
“There was nothing illegal discovered on him. When he recognized himself, he was let go. We now anticipate that Dbanj will receive a letter of clearance from the ICPC since, as we have consistently stated, he is innocent of the accusations made against him, the attorney said.