Kayode Oladotun, better known by his on-air moniker Do2dtun, has been reportedly called in by the Nigeria Police Force on Saturday in connection with an inquiry into allegations that he had broken into his estranged wife Omotayo’s home, damaged her property, trespassed on private property, and illegally used police personnel.
The Force Criminal Investigation Department wants to speak with the OAP about the charges, and they’re setting up an interview for Monday, January 16, 2023, at 11 a.m., according to a document obtained by the media.
To quote from the document: “This is to formally invite you in respect of an ongoing investigation at the SWAT/FCIID, Abuja, on Monday, January 16, 2023, at 11:00 a.m. for an interview with the Commissioner of Police, Sadiq Abubakar, through DSP Umar Ubali.
“Kindly call this phone number on your arrival. Thank you as we appreciate your cooperation.”
DSP Ubali confirmed to reporters, “Yes, the document you obtained is correct. We have invited Oladotun over an ongoing investigation into the December 14, 2022, petition against him, which was written to the FCIID.”
Omotayo, Do2dtun’s estranged wife, reportedly filed for divorce because of domestic violence, emotional abuse, and forced abortion.
They tied the knot in 2013 and currently have twins.
Omotayo filed for divorce from Do2dtun in the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory in November 2021, citing Do2dtun’s “unending reckless emotional abuse, forced abortion, and vicious domestic violence” as grounds for the split.
Court documents filed by Omotayo’s attorney Pelumi Olajengbesi, Managing Partner of the Law Corridor, state that the OAP is accused of pressuring his wife to terminate her third pregnancy while they were married.
Omotayo did not object to shared custody of the children; therefore, the court ordered it. This arrangement will remain in effect until the case is resolved.
Omotayo added that on December 14, 2022, Do2dtun barged into her Abuja home with a few police officers, beat her gateman and staff, and then left.
She explained that she had “gone into hiding” because “he continued hauling all manner of insults on my person,” and that she would not reveal her whereabouts to him.
Omotayo then filed a complaint against Do2dtun with the Deputy Inspector-General of Police at the FCIID in Abuja, claiming that the latter had committed acts of disturbance, unlawful entry, malicious destruction, criminal trespass, and unlawful use of officers.
After the invasion, Omotayo was left in a “state of emotional distress and fear of imminent danger in the hands of the defendant (Do2dtun) who remains volatile and unpredictable,” according to a petition dated December 14, 2022, and stamped to demonstrate receipt by the office of the DIG.
It continued, “Given the facts stated in this petition, we humbly request that you use your good office to conduct a dispassionate investigation into our client’s petition and cause an appropriate action in line with the law to be taken against the defendant to guarantee our client’s safety and for the interest of justice.
“In addition to the above, we request that the identity of the Nigeria Police Force officers who engaged in the unlawful act at the bidding of the defendant be made known to the public, and necessary action be taken against them so as to preserve the integrity of the NPF that has been painstakingly built over the years.”