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I have no business with fraud – Nigerian star D’banj

After his lawyer claimed that D’banj had been released from jail by the Nigerian anti-corruption agency, the ICPC, the Nigerian music singer claimed that he had “no business with fraud.”

He was detained at the beginning of this week on suspicion of fraud when it was discovered that millions of cash intended to support unemployed youth in starting enterprises had vanished.

D’banj said on Instagram that he had provided the Commission with all of his knowledge.

I have faith in their ability to discover the truth, he said.

D’banj also mentioned that he had been freed on “self-recognition,” which meant he was free to leave without having to post bail.

An ICPC representative told the BBC that “investigations are proceeding” in the interim.

The musician, whose true name is Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo, has asserted that he is the program’s brand ambassador.

The Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, which is in charge of the N-Power program, asserted that the artist’s claim to be an ambassador for the program was false and that it had no formal relationship with him.

In 2016, President Muhammadu Buhari introduced N-Power. For months, a lot of grant recipients have griped about not getting their money.

In a statement on Wednesday, Nigeria’s anti-corruption agency said that “billions of naira” had been misappropriated.

In addition to D’banj, ten other people are under investigation, the bureau previously stated.

An “embarrassment to the entire country that such a major claim [was] made against a famous figure without any evidence,” according to D’banj’s attorney h

With his 2012 single Oliver Twist, D’banj gained popularity on the continent and among its diaspora. His one-year-old kid perished in a pool at his residence in the commercial hub of Lagos two years ago.

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