OAP Do2dtun invited for questioning by the police over allegation of forced abortion

On air personality, Kayode Ojuolape Oladotun popularly known as Do2dtun has been invited for questioning by the police over forced abortion.

This is coming on the heels of reports that in December, Do2dtun’s wife, Omotayo filed for divorce over forced abortion, domestic violence and emotional abuse from the CoolFM’s personality.

Omotayo who is also popular singer, D’banj’s sister had accused her partner of forcing her to abort her third pregnancy as a married woman.

She wrote the deputy inspector general (DIG) at the Force Criminal Investigation Department (FCID) in Abuja.

In the petition, she further made claims of unlawful entry, malicious damage, criminal trespass, and unlawful use of policemen by the OAP who subsequently denied the allegations in a strong-worded public reaction.

FCID has now invited Dotun for questioning on January 16.

In the invite, the FCID said Dotun will be made to provide responses “in respect of an ongoing investigation”. It read in part:

“This is to formally invite you in respect of an ongoing investigation at the SWAT/FCIID, Abuja on Monday 16th, January 2023 at 11.00 am to interview [with] the commissioner of police through DSP Ubali,” the invite reads.

An FCID source contacted on the nature of the questioning added that it was “only a fact-finding” engagement.

Omotayo got married to Dotun, whose full name is Kayode Ojuolape Oladotun, in 2013. They have two kids.

Although Dotun didn’t detail what transpired between him and his wife, the OAP, during his short commentary, argued:”Several lies have been told. Several attempts have been employed to pervert the course of justice.”