Daniel, the singer's one-year-old son, drowned in the indoor pool at their home in Lagos.
Police Tells D'Banj and Wife to Make Formal Statement
Guardian, 25 June 2018
The Nigeria Police has directed the Afrobeats star, Oladapo Olabanji, "D'banj", who lost his son in the family's indoor swimming pool on Sunday to make a formal report on the… Read more »
D'Banj and family.
Police Ask Dbanj to Report Circumstances of Son's Death
This Day, 26 June 2018
The Police have told musician Oladapo Olabanji (Dbanj) to make a formal report on the circumstances that led to the death of his son. Read more »
How D'Banj's Little Daniel Oyebanjo III Died
Vanguard, 26 June 2018
Nigerian entertainers have expressed grief over the death of little Daniel Oyebanjo III, one-year-old son of pop singer, Dapo Oyebanjo popularly known as D'banj. Read more »
D'Banj to Report Circumstances That Led to Son's Death - Lagos Police
Premium Times, 25 June 2018
The police in Lagos on Monday said singer, Dapo 'Dbanj' Oyebanjo, would report the circumstances that led to his son's death to the police when the mourning period is over. Read more »
Popular singer Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo and wife Lineo Didi have lost their one-year-old child. Read more »
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