Senior Pastor of Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA), Biodun Fatoyinbo has attacked two Ilorin based pastors who backed the allegation of rape allegation against him by celebrity photographer, Busola Dakolo in an interview with Adesuwa Onyenokwe.
Fatoyinbo who kept denying raping Busola more than 10 years ago in Ilorin, took to Instagram on Friday to accuse the pastors of “ingratitude, envy and Jealousy”.
“Do not be bothered if those who you have been a huge blessing to turn against you because of ingratitude, envy and Jealousy. Don’t even think about it for a second, don’t let who they are change who you are!”, he wrote.
In a simultaneous post, he wrote: “I think some of us were born to give more love than we will ever see in return”. He did not elaborate.
Adesuwa, TV Talkshow host interviewed Pastor Busola Olotu and Rev. Emmanuel Oset, both of whom knew Fatoyinbo when he began his ministry in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital years ago.
Oset was reputed to be the spiritual father of Fatoyinbo.
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The interview with the pastors was aired on Arise TV on Thursday night and is trending on You Tube.
Busola Olotu, a lawyer actually said as far back as 2011, Busola’s sister, Funmi Ayeni reported to her that Fatoyinbo raped Busola and that the incident had given the young lady a lot of psychological problems, almost to the point of depression.
Funmi asked Mrs Olotu to counsel her younger sister, who Funmi said had become so distraught and had gone through personality changes after the rape. Busola Dakolo, Funmi said, had been a role model in the family, someone who loves God.
Mrs Olotu, mother of four children spoke with Busola several times thereafter to counsel her.
“Even on the phone, I knew I was speaking to a troubled soul”, she told Onyenokwe.
She summarised Busola Dakolo’s emotions at the time: “It was like why should this happen to me. What have I done to deserve this. This is just too much for me to handle. I don’t know how to get my life back”
She said she believed the story as three other women previously informed her that Fatoyinbo raped them.
Reverend Emmanuel Oset of Canaan Ministries International equally said he was aware of several rape cases involving Fatoyinbo and he had hoped he would stop such acts.