We are all aware that Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo (AKA D'banj), the popular Nigerian musician has not been producing music as much as he used to many years ago. This is because he is now into other different businesses aside entertainment.
Not long ago, the celebrity revealed on his social media page the latest update on how he travelled to Kaduna state with the Nexim Bank team, accompanied by the managing director of the bank, Dr Abba Bello to host the exporter enlightenment and engagement forum in Abuja. Interestingly, the artiste travelled by train from Abuja to Kaduna state.
Check out more photos shared by the celebrity below.
According to him, the event would be held today June 5, 2021 at the Congress hall/Kaduna international trade and investment centre. The celebrity also met with the deputy governor of Kaduna state, Dr Hadiza Balarabe at the Kashim Ibrahim house in preparation for the event.
The celebrity also claimed that he was born in Kaduna state and this might explain why he decided to carry the project to Kaduna state, perhaps to return the good favour back to the same state that helped him grow.
The artiste has been contributing positively to the country and should be commended for his hardwork. Kudos to D'banj.
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