Outrage Trails D"Banj Rape Allegation

Almost 15,000 people have signed an online petition calling on the United Nations to strip Oladapo Oyebanjo, also known as D’Banj of his appointment as United Nations Ambassador for Peace.
They also called the attention of brands such as Heritage Bank Africa, One Africa, CSA Global, and other establishments associated with D’Banj to end their commercial relationship with him and stand in support of victims of sexual violence.
The petition which was started by one E.Pooola 20 hours ago on Change.Org had hit 14,310 as of 11.10 am on Friday.
D’Banj had been accused by one Seyitan of sexually assaulting her at a hotel in 2018 after an all-white party where D’Banj allegedly offered her some money to spend the night which she rejected until he surprisingly showed up in her hotel room around 2am.
The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, had already ordered a probe into the allegations of rape levelled against D’Banj.



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