The Nigeria Police have cleared Nigerian artist and lyricist D’banj, of the assault charges levelled against him by a twitter client, Miss Seyitan Babatayo.
This was contained in a report marked by Umar Sanda, the Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) on behalf of Deputy Inspector-General of Police, Force Criminal Investigations Department, Force Headquarters, and gotten by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), on Saturday.
Favtalks recall that Seyitan had blamed the artist for assaulting her in a hotel two years back.
It would be recalled that the allegtion prompted debates online with a few fans asserting the vocalist was honest while others remained against the individuals who trusted Seyitan was coming clean.
D’banj had asserted that there was no fact in the claim and accused the handicraft of his adversaries who he affirmed were out to demolish his well-deserved reputation.
The artist along these lines initiated a N1.5 Billion criticism claim against Seyitan regardless of the help she got from conspicuous ladies’ rights gatherings.
In any case, the report by the police examination unit didn’t locate any significant proof to demonstrate that D’banj actually commited the assault and that Seyitan had pulled back the appeal documented against D’banj.
Ojoge, Omileye and partners in a request letter dated Jube 5, 2020 labelled the incidence as an instance of profane attack on female, assault, intimidation and danger to life
“The appeal is to the Inspector-General of Police which was authorized to the Deputy Inspector-General of Police FCID for examination and further alluded to the ACP SEB/PEPF for examination and report”.
“The reality of this case is that on Dec. 30, 2018, Mr Franklin Amudo who was a supervisor to the suspect welcomed the complainant Seyitan to an all-white gathering at Eko Atlantic in Lagos, where the suspect proceeded as a visitor music artiste”.
“The complainant affirmed that D’banj had intercourse with her against her desire, yet taking into account the prior realities, an examination was ceased as there was no significant proof to demonstrate the charge of assault against the suspect,” the report read in parts.