Nigerian singer, Daniel Dapo Oyebanjo, better known as D’banj, penned a late post on Saturday night to celebrate his mother, who turns 70.
Sharing photos of his mom, whom he described as Mummy Show aka Sisi Eko, he appreciated her for building them and installing the best virtues (Jesus Christ our Saviour) in them.
He described her as the best mother a child can pray for and wish for, noting how she is a good support system and a selfless woman.
Expressing his love for her, D’banj rained prayers on her.
“What a special day indeed, 70 looks great on you. I must Greet you. Mummy Show aka Sisi Eko specially and birthday. The real Mamalet and a sure backbone and a selfless woman, prayer warrior, and the best mother a child can pray and wish for. We love and appreciate God for your life. We thank God every day for blessing us with you and we celebrate with you today as you turn 70 and say May the Lord grant all your heart desires and innermost wishes.
Thanks for all you have taught us and for Building and installing the best virtues in us. (Jesus Christ our Saviour). Pls enjoy your day as we will be celebrating you all thru the rest of the year becos you deserve it and deserve More sef. Keep being young, and keep being yourself as your Face Show… Your shoe shine and your teeth are too White…
I love you Mummy show.
Everyone help me wish her a wonderful happy birthday”.
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“I’m more of a family man than a musician” D’banj
Last year, D’banj stated that he was more of a family man than a musician.
D’banj made this known in an interview with Premium Times, where he also took the opportunity to explain how he discovered other sources of income to keep his family and fame intact.
“I tell people this, music brings you into the room but what you do in that room is entirely up to you. So if you’ve read, which I know you have, you see that I’ve been more focused, especially when I became a family man,” he said.
“It’s my sixth year in marriage, and ever since then, I’ve looked for different platforms that would keep my fame and family intact. So if you were to Google Jay Z or the wealthiest musicians in the world, you would see that only 10 percent of their wealth is probably from music.”