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We Warned D’Banj, Say Social Media Followers

Some Nigerians have faulted the singer for not taking the warnings of some of his social media followers, who raised the alarm on the danger of having an unguarded swimming pool in his house.

One Tobi Samson, on his Twitter page recalled that no fewer than seven followers of the singer had raised security concerns after D’banj posted a video of himself and his son walking beside the pool.

He said, “Not 1, not 2, not 3… up to 7 angels in the form of followers raised the alarm  five weeks ago when they noticed the indoor pool in a video D’banj posted with his now late son. My heart is crying.”

He posted screenshots of reactions to the video, in which one Korji said, “D’banj, a pool indoors and your baby passing by the pool…hmmm please be careful; tell wife and caregivers to keep an eye on him o…some chillings are risky.”

“Please bro, always make sure someone is always around to look out for him; may God keep him for us,” one Sangotolaoluwa had also warned.

Another Instagram follower, with the handle @max_tunde_mamediarra_mbaye, asked D’banj to take precaution because the child could wander off and slip into the pool.

A source said the case had yet to be reported to the police.

“Although the matter had yet to be reported, the police will still have to investigate the circumstances that surrounded the death. It is sad news and one can only imagine the pain the family is going through now,” she said.

The state Police Public Relations Officer, CSP Chike Oti, in a statement, said the state CP, Edgal Imohimi, was saddened by the death.

He said, “The Commissioner of Police, Lagos State, Edgal Imohimi, on behalf of officers and men of the Lagos State Police Command, wishes to commiserate with the family of Mr and Mrs Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo aka D’banj, on the death of their one-year-old son, Daniel (Jnr) Oyebanjo… The entire command shares their pain.

“Although a delegation from the command, led by the Divisional Police Officer, Ikoyi division, CSP Mustapha N’Abba, who were at the Ikoyi home of the Oyebanjos on a condolence visit, did not meet anyone at home, it is expected that when the mourning period is over, the family will formally report the circumstances that led to the unfortunate death of little Daniel to the police.

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