We promised to bring you the story on the Dakolos and the COZA rape as they happen. As you would recall, Mrs Dakolo accused Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo of raping her when she was 16 years old.
Nigeria Queen of investigative journalism has been on the issue and her submissions have been quite something. She was the first to take the very unpopular side that has fast become popular.
The journalist now thinks Mrs. Dakolo should be arrested and has given conditions for her plea bargain.
See Kemi Olunloyo’s post below:
@busoladakolo should be arrested promptly and if she fishes out her accomplices she should get a plea bargain. Shame on the MSM so fearful of the so-called “powerful pastor” with so many SAN Lawyers. I have INVESTIGATED @BiodunFatoyinbo and @TimiDakolo enough and concluded there was never a rape but an elaborate extortion plan that went wrong. It was a script right out of the #Metoo movement’s #ChurchToo movement that Yemi Adamolekun, Bukky Shonibare, Chude Jideonwo all orchestrated to bring down Fatoyinbo’s church. Busola played the youth Pastor Andy Savage’s rape victim. I caught her lies which had no timeline not adding up. Sadly what they wanted was to get Fatoyinbo to resign like Andy, instead he countersued them hence their invitation. Who are Busola and Timi working for? The rest is in the police’s hands. She needs to promptly withdraw her case and apologize to the pastor and church. Her own Pastor Paul Adefarasin has never counseled them nor mediated in this case. Other pastors like Tony Rapu who has been preaching on rape using the hashtag #Metoo #Churchtoo need to see my investigation rather than attempt to cash in on the crisis. This is a church cabal crisis. CAN and ASO ROCK need to step in. Below is the Dakolos SCAM SCRIPT.
#KemiOlunloyo #COZA #Biodunfatoyinbo #busoladakolo
Churches (Via Wikipedia)
In November 2017, the hashtag #ChurchToo was started by Emily Joy and Hannah Paasch on Twitter and began trending in response to #MeToo as a way to try to highlight and stop sexual abuse that happens in a church.In early January 2018, about a hundred evangelical women also launched #SilenceIsNotSpiritual to call for changes to how sexual misconduct is dealt within the church. #ChurchToo started spreading again virally later in January 2018 in response to a live-streamed video admission by Pastor Andy Savage to his church that he sexually assaulted a 17-year-old girl twenty years before as a youth pastor while driving her home, but then received applause by his church for admitting to the incident and asking for forgiveness. Pastor Andy Savage then resigned from his staff position at Highpoint Church and stepped away from ministry.