After her ex-husband, Do2dtun, publicly criticized her for preventing him from seeing his children, Taiwo Oyebanjo broke her silence. The well-known media personality, Do2dtun, has been at the center of recent headlines as he struggles with the challenges of securing visitation rights with his children. His frustrations have been publicly aired, and he has accused both his ex-wife and her brother, D’banj, of hindering his access to the children.
Today, Do2dtun’s ex-wife has chosen to address the allegations and provide her side of the story. She stressed that all her decisions during this trial have been guided by her unwavering determination to protect herself and her daughters from the trauma of abuse. Normally a private individual when it comes to her personal life, she felt compelled to speak out and share her perspective on the matter.
In a heartfelt statement posted on her social media accounts, she revealed the immense pain she endured during the eight years of their marriage. This suffering included various forms of abuse, such as sexual, emotional, and psychological abuse. She believes she may never fully recover from the trauma she experienced during this time. Her primary goal is to shield her daughters from growing up in an environment polluted by the same trauma and abuse.
Also, she strongly emphasized the need to separate D’banj, her brother, from their issues.
She also clarified that D’banj had consistently shown love and generosity towards Do2dtun, even gifting him a new Honda CR-V car as a wedding present. She maintained that if Do2dtun has any issues or concerns, he should communicate them directly to her.
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The ongoing custody battle between Do2dtun and his ex-wife has captured the public’s attention due to the public statements and threats made. As the situation unfolds, both parties have now chosen to share their viewpoints, offering a deeper look into a complex and emotionally charged dispute. The complications surrounding this case continue to develop, and the final solution remains uncertain.