Police Seek Information On Alleged Party By D’Banj
The Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, Police Command has called on members of the public to help provide information on a party allegedly attended by music star, D’Banj, in violation of the COVID-19 guidelines, in Abuja.
In an 18-second video that circulated on the internet on Sunday, the musician, whose real name is Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo, is seen performing at a crowded party inside a house.
The Police, in a statement by the Public Relations Officer, DSP Anjuguri Manzah, on Sunday evening said the time and venue of the video could not be verified.
The statement read, “The attention of the Chairman FCT Covid-19 Enforcement Team and Commissioner of Police FCT, CP Bala Ciroma has been drawn to a video in circulation alleged to have been recorded at a party attended by Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo, popularly known as D-Bang in Abuja.
“It is pertinent to state that the venue and time the video was recorded has not been verified.
Members of the public, with privileged information, are called upon to furnish the FCT Covid-19 Enforcement Team with details of the said event.
The Team wishes to state that it would not tolerate any violation of the Quarantine act and Covid-19 guidelines.”
Also, in furtherance with the Command’s fight against cultism and other illicit acts, the FCT Police Command acting on intelligence has arrested ten suspected cultists at Angwan Dadi, Nyanya, Manzah said
The suspects, who belong to the Supreme Vikings Confraternity aka Aro Bager, were arrested by Police operatives from Nyanya Division on 26th June, 2020 at about 2330hrs, during the group’s meeting.
“The suspects arrested are Godwin Samson 21 years, Chisom Anakom ‘25’ years, Jonathan Ibinabo ’21’ years, Oneh Chibueze ‘25’ years, Anyan Christian ‘23’ years, Moses Ogun ‘23’ years, Emmanuel Ugwu ‘18’ years, Monday Bitrus ‘19’ years, Yerima Michael 26 years and Uwana Edet Okpo ’19’ years all male.
“Two cutlasses, one long hammer, one pinches, and one iron bar were recovered from the suspects as exhibits.
“They will be arraigned in court upon the conclusion of the investigation,” he said.
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