The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission has released popular singer Oladapo Oyebanjo, popularly known as Dbanj, after nearly 72 hours in custody (ICPC).
D’banj was detained by the anti-graft agency on Tuesday over fraud allegations involving the N-Power program.
In a new update, Creebhills learnt that the singer was released on Friday afternoon, December 9th. However, the singer can be summoned by the ICPC later.
His lawyer, Pelumi Olajengbesi, told Premium Times that the singer cooperated with the Commission during its investigation.
Mr Olajengbesi noted that Dbanj was released on self-recognition but didn’t confirm if the ICPC granted the singer administrative bail.
He also said the ICPC didn’t trace any evidence of fraudulent activity to the singer.
Nothing incriminating was found on him. He was released on self-recognition. Right now, we expect the ICPC to give a letter of clearance to D’banj because, as we have always said, he is innocent of the charges brought against him,” he said.
A Source who spoke to Sahara Reporters said that “The musician is planning to speak out soon,”.