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Dbanj Biography 

Nigerian artist D’banj (Dbanj) biography records show that the singer and performer was born on June 9, 1980 as Dapo Daniel Oyebanjo.Dapo adopted his stage name- D’banj from a combination of his first and last names. D’banj was born in Zaria, Kaduna state, Northern region of Nigeria to a military officer father and a church dignitary mother. 

D’banj was enrolled in a military elementary school at the age of 11 but dis-enrolled from the school after 3 years, he however enrolled in another military {Nigerian Navy secondary school} in Ogun state, Nigeria where he completed his secondary education. D’banj age records shows that the prolific entertainer is 32 years old

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