By Modupe Gbadeyanka
Controversial cleric and founder of the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA), Abuja, Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo, has been accused of sexuàl assault.
This accusation was made by the wife of a famous Nigerian singer, Timi Dakolo, Busola, who claimed in an interview with Y! Naija that the clergyman forced himself into her when she was younger.
The woman recounted how the man of God allegedly tried to have carnal knowledge of her inside his matrimonial home when she visited to help his wife, Modele, after the birth of the pastor’s first child.
Busola, who has three children with Timi Dakolo, claimed Mr Fatoyinbo ràped her in her mother’s house while she was still in secondary school.
She has challenged the cleric to sue her if he dares.
This is not the first time the COZA pastor is accused of a similar thing. Some years ago, one of his church members, Walter Eze, accused the man of God of molesting her several times, but the pastor, rather than clear his name, said then he was waiting on the Lord for a “robust reply.” He is yet to speak on the issue.
Some weeks ago, Timi Dakolo openly accused the Pastor Fatoyinbo of having sèx with his female members and manipulating them so as keep the issue under the carpet.
Below is the interview Busola granted Y! Naija, where she made the allegation against the COZA pastor.
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