The claimant of the case, Henry Ojogho, was also not present in court.
The first sitting of D'banj's court case held its first sitting on Monday, March 30, 2015. The hearing held at the Multi-door Courthouse, Obalende, Lagos, with the award winning entertainer conspicuously absent.
D'banj was represented by his lawyer, Dele Adeshina, who was represented by a junior lawyer from his chamber.
The claimant of the case, Henry Ojogho, was also not present in court according to THE NET.
After deliberations, the presiding judge, Justice (Mrs.) Oyebanji adjourned the case till May 7, 2015.
In November 2014, Henry Ojogho, Vice Chairman of Broron Group and Vice Chairman of MindHub Technologies, claimed that he borrowed D'banj a certain amount of money N60m, and refused to pay at the stipulated time as at when agreed.
He further claimed that D'banj issued two bounced cheques – one on December 20, 2013, and another on January 20, 2014.