Busola Dakolo: Fatoyinbo Absent As PFN Declares Investigation Inconclusive

Channels Television  
Updated August 23, 2019

The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria on Thursday declared its investigations into the case of rape allegations by the wife of popular artiste, Busola Dakolo, against the founder of the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA), Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo.

PFN National Publicity Secretary, Bishop Emma Isong said a five-man panel sat for over a month with key stakeholders such as non-governmental organisations, church leaders among others.

Ison who spoke at a press briefing on in Ikeja, Lagos added that the committee spoke to the parties involved in the matter.

However, he disclosed that Busola and her husband Timi Dakolo attended the sittings but pastor Fatoyinbo did not show up at any point in time despite several invitations.

Dakolo in an interview alleged sexual assault by Fatoyinbo against her. She said she had to come public over the case because she was speaking up to help other females.

Fatoyinbo had denied the allegations and threatened a lawsuit.







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