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Seyitan Babatayo

24 Jul 2020
Seyitan Babatayo, who accused Nigerian singer Oladapo Oyebanjo better known as D'banj of raping her, has withdrawn her petition against the singer. In the high-profile rape allegation case which has earned reactions from public figures and social media users alike, Seyitan Babatayo accused D’banj of raping her in December, 2018 in Lagos. In a letter…
24 Jul 2020
A non-governmental organisation, Stand To End Rape (STER) has accused a human rights activist Segun Awosanya (Segalink) of attempting to “pervert justice” in the alleged rape case between Seyitan Babatayo and D’banj. STER in a statement claimed that Awosanya reached out to Seyitan to attend a meeting with D’banj at an address which he had…
4 Jul 2020
Nigerian artist Oladapo Oyebanjo known as D'banj has slammed a N1.5 billion lawsuit against Seyitan Babatayo who accused him of rape. D'banj through his lawyer Mike Ozekhome also asked Seyitan to desist posting offensive posts and tweets about the alleged rape incident against the Afro-pop artiste. Ozekhome is demanding that "the sum of N1,000,000,000.00 (One…
Seyitan Babatayo and D'Banj
24 Jun 2020
Seyitan Babatoye, the lady who accused Afro-pop artist Dapo Adebanjo popularly known as D’banj of raping her, said she was locked up with criminals for almost 48hours by officials of the Inspector General of Police Intelligence Response Team. "On 16th June 2020, almost two weeks after going public with my story, I was arrested by…
22 Jun 2020
Nigerian singer D'banj has said that he is "Innocent until proven guilty", a few days after Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, ordered a probe into the rape allegations levelled against him. D'banj stands accused of allegedly raping Seyitan Babatayo in December 2018. In an update to his Instagram page on Monday, the "Mobolowowon" singer dances and…

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