Monday, May 10, 2021

Obasanjo, others condole with Dbanj over son’s death


Jaafar Jaafar
Jaafar Jaafar is a graduate of Mass Communication from Bayero University, Kano. He was a reporter at Daily Trust, an assistant editor at Premium Times and now the editor-in-chief of Daily Nigerian.
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Former President Olusegun Obasanjo, has commiserated with popular singer, Daniel Oyebanjo, a.k.a Dbanj over the death of his son David Jnr.

Dbanj confirmed the death of David, fondly referred to as Daniel the 3rd on Sunday night on his Instagram page.

Sharing a black picture, he wrote @iambangalee, “Trying times but my God is always and forever faithful.”

Daniel, who celebrated his first birthday in May, reportedly drowned in the family pool.

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Dbanj Following confirmation of the sad news, condolences began to troop in from celebrities and fans alike replicating the black picture shared by the bereaved father, Dbanj.

Obasanjo who wrote on his twitter handle @chief_obasanjo said “My heart and prayers are with Dapo and his family.

“No parent should ever have to bury a child. As a parent, it’s the worst thing imaginable. “May God give you the fortitude to bear the loss, Dbanj,’’ Obasanjo stated.

Also, former labelmate and producer, Don Jazzy wrote @donjazzy, “Just heard the worst news in a long time.”

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Singer Bank W wrote @bankywellington, “Sending prayers up for @iambangalee, his wife and their entire family.

“This is a nightmare. Heart wrenching news. May God strengthen and comfort y’all in this absolutely terrible time in Jesus name.”

Mavin First Lady wrote @tiwasavage, “I was just holding you last month celebrating your birthday. “I am in shock, my heart is broken. This is unbearable.”

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Another former labelmate, Dr Did said @iamdrsid, “The Lord is your strength my brother.” Others including Big Brother Naija 2018 alumni Alex-Unusual and Tobi Bakre; singer Dija and actress Tonto Dikeh.

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Meanwhile, fans of the singer have taken to social media to commensurate with him. @Ify_love tweeted, “the worst news.

Couldn’t possibly imagine what they are going through.” @felyxxx01 wrote, “This is really sad. Such a lovely kid. My condolences to Dbanj and his wife.”

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