D’banj Open’s Up How He Overcame The Soured Moments After His Son’s Death


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D’banj Open’s Up How He Overcame The Soured Moments After His Son’s Death

With no slight doubt D Banj is one of the successful act twisting the server of Nigerian music industry to the world.

It was sad few months ago as the Kokolet Master lost his only son and audience back out thinking maybe the star won’t fit up right any longer to his music career. He seemed to get off the grind for some moments after the tragedy.

The singer sparkles back even though he is extremely disturbed, he tries to pour out joy onto the crowd with his lit performances at the Yuletide.

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At the end-of-year party of a real estate company, D’banj gave such a spectacular performance that fans didn’t want him to leave the stage. During his performance, the singer also revealed how he was able to get through the death of his son.

He said:-

“I have been through tough times but I believe that’s what makes one a man. You all know what happened to me recently when I lost my son; it was really a tough time for me. But do you know how I was able to get through it? It was because of you, my fans. You showed me so much love and it really meant a lot to me and my family.

It is when certain things happen to you that you will know whether you are a man or not. That incident was a test for me and I am glad that I’m still standing.”

Speaking on what he has for the coming year, D’banj said:

“You just have to keep your fingers crossed because I have a lot of things in stock for you. I am back, bigger and better. Some people thought my career will go down but I’m still here shining.

The fans still loves me and that’s what counts. I am very glad that I have very loyal fans who have been with me from the start. I don’t take that for granted because not every artiste has that privilege.”

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Lending words of advice to the people at the event, Oyebanjo said:

“You should never be discouraged from following your dreams. When I started my career, so many people said I wouldn’t make it. They thought I wouldn’t go far and they ridiculed me because I was playing the harmonica but look who is standing here now.”



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