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Nigerian OAP Dotun Claims Estranged Wife Flouting Court Order on Joint Custody

Dotun married Omotayo Taiwo Oyebanjo in 2013, but their marriage ended in 2022.

This came after Omotayo, the singer Dbanj’s sister, filed for divorce based on charges of forced abortion.

Dotun has since been involved in a custody battle with Omotayo.

A high court in Abuja gave them joint custody of their children awaiting the outcome of the litigation.

However, Dotun maintains he is being denied access and that Dbanj is still a source of contention in the case.

In response, Omotayo confirmed that the OAP is aware of their children’s whereabouts.

She alleged that the OAP is more interested in internet drama than in actually visiting their children, among other charges of s**ual assault.

Dotun claimed in his lawsuit that he has no idea where their children are.

He also requested that Omotayo follow the current court order on joint custody.

In response to Omotayo’s charge of s**ual abuse, Dotun stated that his estranged wife’s allegations are inconsistent.

“You have told the world different stories about what happened. [From] domestic violence to forced abortion to emotional abuse to s**ual abuse. Please stay in one place,” the OAP wrote.

“What you file is different from what you tell the press. What you say is always different from what you just type.

“The marriage reached its breaking point not cos of all these lies you told. It’s cos you married your brother & gave your mantle of reasoning to your mother. It just played out now.

“Taiwo, it’s simple. Read a court order and obey it. You literally pinned an abortion you had for your ex-doctor boyfriend who lived in America while you were on tour with your brother but told it to the world as me.

“Very cruel. You just wanted to destroy my name and I didn’t let you.”

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