Admin l Friday, June 28, 2019
LAGOS, Nigeria – Busola Dakolo, a popular photographer and wife of R&B singer, Timi Dakolo has accused the controversial pastor of Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA)Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo of sexually abusing her before he got married to the cool-headed singer.
Busola Dakolo revealed her ordeal in the hands of this man of god, in her prime.
She did not reveal where the incident took place except that the incident took place in her house when the pastor visited early in the morning. She was still in her evening wears when the pastor knocked on her door.
What followed can better be imagined. As soon as she opened the door, the pastor pushed her into one of the chairs in her living room and asked her to shut-up her mouth and carry out his commands after zeeping down. She revealed this encounter in video interview with Ytv on the social media.
Her full confession
“He knocked the door and I said who is that? He said Dapo Abiodun. Immediately I opened the door, he just pushed me down, he did not say anything, he did not utter any words, he just pushed me to one of the chairs in my living room.
“I saw him, it was like he was removing his belt, and I said what, he said keep quite and do what I want you to do and you will be fine. At this point a whole lot was just going on in my head because I was wearing a night gown and I heard the knock on the door”, she said.
However it seems the pastor seems to have established a reputation for misconduct way back in Ilorin before he fled to Abuja.
Commenting on the developement, Dr. Etin-Osa Imagbenikoro alleged that the COZA Pastor ran from Ilorin, Kwara State to Abuja not becasue god told him to do so but because he committed attrocities.
But in his reaction, Reno Omokri, the former aide to Nigeria’s former President, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan said Busola Dakolo story cannot withstand the test of time.
According to him, even the most useless movie director will not accept such a plot in a ‘B’ rated Nollywood/Hollywood/Bollywood movie. “A movie has to have Plausibility”, he said.