In the midst of the allegations of rape being levied against the COZA senior pastor, Timi Dakolo, husband of Busola Dakolo, has come out to debunk rumor with video evidence that he and his wife were not wedded in COZA. The singer also claims he has never met Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo in person.
In a new interview with Ynaija, a former member of COZA who also worked closely with Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo has revealed how she was brought close to the Pastor's family and eventually raped by Biodun Fatoyinbo.
The lady who choose to remain anonymous, went further to reveal that she doesn't think the wife of the Pastor is unaware of the rape patterns that goes on in the church.
The Interview according to Ynaija;
THE FIRST SIGN
The first time X was given a glimpse into the reality of the Fatoyinbo’s was in 2013. She was just a fringe member and church worker at the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA) Abuja, when the Ese Walter story broke, first on her blog, then on spreading like wildfire on the internet. X hadn’t started working closely with the pastor and his wife at that time and she remembers clearly waking up early to prepare for her...
It all started on Friday, June 28, 2019 when photographer and wife of famous Nigerian singer, Timi Dakolo, Busola Dakolo revealed some never known before facts about her childhood, her conservative christian adolescence and the religious shift that would put her in the path of a predator.
Alibaba, taking to his Instagram page, called out prominent pastors in Nigeria, for being silent over the rape allegation on one of their own, Pastor Fatoyinbo of COZA.
He pointed out that these prominent pastors lend their voices when it is a political subject, and now that it is 'rape in the church', they are all mute.
The Sapphire Group CEO and a proud member of COZA church, Wale Jana, has apologised for coming after singer, Timi Dakolo and wife, Busola Dakolo, for her explosive interview in which she accused COZA pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo of raping her.
Moments after the interview appeared online, Wale Jana proceeded to his Instagram page to write:
''I just watched @busoladakolo video I know the world gets emotional the moment a woman mentions that she was raped but if you will take a minute to think objectively; the oldest way a woman can try to destroy a man is to accuse him of rape. Any man is guilty of this offence in the eyes of the public until otherwise and if she has a little social status like the wife of a struggling musician like @timidakolo it makes it look credible.
Why is she doing this? Timi and wife are a pawn in a conspiracy and also because it...
Responding to the rape allegation by Busola Dakolo, Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo has responded, putting out a statement through his Instagram page he wrote;
"I have NEVER RAPED before , not even as an unbeliever!"