Dbanj' s Reputation Updates... Despite Being Exonerated of Rape Charge's, Dbanj Still Hurting





NOT Yet " End of Matter " For The Girl Who Accused Dbanj of Rape..and now withdrew the case

* Nigerian Police Gives reasons why Dbanj was cleared

* Dbanj still hurts says top management source

\ Exclusive Scoop by Mike Cerutti 


A popular saying in the school of reputation management had it that you can build your reputation with hard work and years of sleepless nights, but some enemies can stain it one day"

And now, despite the lady, Seyitan Babatayo, who accused musician, Oladapo Oyebanjo aka D’Banj, of rape finally writing a long  letter to the police withdrawing her petition of alleged rape, the for peace maybe not be in sight for her

To compound her story, The Nigerian   police said it has been unable to establish a case of rape against  Dbanj with the Deputy
Commissioner of Police (Admin), Umar Sanda, confirming that investigation was discontinued due to lack of evidence.

So what future lies ahead for the accuser' who tried to soil Dbanjs reputation?

A highly competent source in Dbanj's management team told Cerutti Media last night how hurt Dbanj still feels despite clearance by police

" All is not yet over, we might still meet the girl in court, Dbanj has toiled for decades to build his brand; when others were sleeping or enjoying life, Dbanj was working all night, travelling, investing time  ,energy and resources on his brand, it is hurting how a girl from nowhere will now talk of rape " hinted our source who insist the #1.5 billion demand is not yet a dead or buried case


* More from Dbanj's management team shortly

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