Busola Dakolo on 28 June 2019 in a video interview posted online by so many media houses accused Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo, the senoir pastor of the Common Wealth of Zion Assembly (COZA) of rape.
The reported story by Mrs Dakolo, and the video garnered a lot of reactions as Mrs Dakolo is not the first person to accuse Pastor Fatoyinbo of sexual assault.
Recall that Six years ago, Pastor Fatoyinbo faced allegations of sexual misconduct and adultery from two women, including Ese Walters.
The interview came after Mrs Dakolo’s husband, Timi, called out the pastor over his alleged sexual relationship with female church members, even as he encouraged other victims who have gone through the experience to speak up.
However, Pastor Fatoyinbo pushed back against the allegations on 28 June, saying in an official church statement that he had never raped a woman “even as an unbeliever.”
He further threatened a lawsuit against Mrs Dakolo and others he accused of defaming his character, saying that many of the sexual misconduct claims he had faced over the years had come from scorned women within his ministry.
But the most confusing question here is, why is Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo, of the Common Wealth of Zion Assembly (COZA) always faced with allegations of sexual misconduct and adultery from two women, including Ese Walters and Busola Dakolo.
Article written by Imoh Obong.
2nd yr Student of Mass-communication