About one week after her TV interview, Busola Dakolo, celebrity photographer, has filed a formal complaint to the police against the founder of Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA) Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo.
Busola had, in an exclusive interview, accused Pastor Fatoyinbo of raping her on two occasions, when she was a minor.
According to The Nation, the police has now commenced investigation into the allegation.
Meanwhile, Timi Dakolo earlier on Thursday insisted that Pastor Fatoyinbo did not preside over his wedding to Busola, as being widely circulated.
This was in reaction to rumours on social media that he was joined by the COZA pastor and also that he received a car gift from the COZA pastor years ago.
In a post on his verified Instagram page, Timi described all reports as “desperate lies”, adding that he has not received any gift from Pastor Biodun, and that they were wedded by Pastor Seyi of Global Impact church.
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He said, “Desperate people do desperate things including ridiculous attempts at a smear campaign. So let me address this foolishness once and for all.
“First, the ridiculous rumour that Biodun wedded us. Please watch the video yourself, does the Pastor look like Biodun Fatoyinbo? His name is Pastor Seyi of Global Impact church officiating the wedding and that is a statement from Yemi Davids, Pastor of Global impact church on this issue but nameless and faceless cyberbullies can’t read, can they?
“I have never met or been in the same space with Biodun Fatoyinbo nor do I ever want to be and have never been a member of COZA
“I guess that also answers the desperate attempt to say I was a music director in COZA. Funny as I have never been a music director in ANY church! A church can’t have an anonymous music director, can they? Foolishness!”
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