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Toyin Lawani tells Nigerians to stop blaming Dbanj’s wife for son’s death

Popular fashion entrepreneur, Toyin Lawani wants Nigerians to stop blaming Dbanj’s wife for son’s death.

DBanj’s wife, Lineo, has been widely criticized and blamed for the death of their one-year-old son, Daniel.

Daniel was confirmed dead on Sunday after he drowned at Dbanj’s Ikoyi residence in Lagos.

Some Nigerians on social media had heaped the blame on her for being careless. They attributed the death of the one-year-old to negligence on the part of Lineo, his mother.

However, Toyin in a post shared on her Instagram page, asked that Lineo should be given a break and that such unfortunate thing happens.

She called on critics to stop hateful words, adding that Dbanj’s wife could hurt herself more.

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She narrated the story of how her son, Tenor, who almost drowned in a pool where she had gone to work while Tenor was being looked after by her nanny.

She said that the incident does not in anyway make her a bad mother.

Toyin added “I had to put this right here, I’m super irritated, this is not about any of us, but we can learn from our mistakes,that’s why I said people pointing fingers should go watch how it happened to my son, because it happened so fast and I was right there,no one is selling any market here,just stating the obvious.

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“I can’t believe even in death, people still criticize, Jesus is lord? Today is not the day for trolling and point fingers,Give yourselves Brain.

“I was so disappointed with the comments I read online about this issue, why do you people do this all the time,it’s so sad for our nation to always bring down people, even at their lowest.

“What if the Mom hurts herself with all your harsh words, think for once about the damage your comments can cause, No parent pray for this?”.

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