Omotayo Taiwo Oyebanjo, the estranged wife of the OAP Dotun, has opened up on why she kept their kids away from the media personality.


Dotun has been in a child custody dispute with Omotayo, a case in which the singer Dbanj has been embroiled.

Dbanj is a brother-in-law to Dotun and a sibling to Omotayo.

Omotayo got married to Dotun in 2013 but their union hit a rough patch in 2022.


This was after Omotayo filed for divorce, citing allegations of forced abortion.

The high court in Abuja granted divided custody of their children, a decision Omotayo did not oppose, pending the final resolution of the suit.

But Dotun claims he is being denied access and alleges that Dbanj remains an instrument of discord in the case.


In a lengthy statement responding to his accusations, Omotayo said she is in the custody dispute with Dotun to protect their kids from the abuse she claims she has had to deal with while being married to the OAP.

She clarified that Dotun is well aware of where their children are and added that Dbanj had nothing to do with it.

“For 8 years, I tolerated your sexual abuse, emotional abuse, psychological abuse. How did you expect me to raise the girls in that type of environment?” she wrote.

“This is not Dapo’s battle. Leave him out. All he did was help and cover your shame as you couldn’t keep up with your responsibilities. All Dapo ever did was help us.


“I started working for Mohits fresh out of college after working at Deloitte before I met you. And you are lying to your social media family that my mum made me quit my job.

“You asked me to keep working for Mohits for your own benefit so we wouldn’t have to beg. I was abused for several years and ran for my life. This has nothing to do with my life. This has nothing to do with Dapo.

“Dotun, you know where your children are. Stop misleading the public. They are not with my brother or family.

“So stop misleading everyone. It is dubious that you’re not interested in seeing your daughter but obsessed about Dapo. Every decision I have made was to protect the girls from your abuse.”


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