The Rape allegation drama between Busola Dakolo, and COZA senior pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo is far from being over
On Tuesday, August 6, a story different onto the web about how she was constrained at gunpoint by the men of the Nigerian Police Force to sign a letter. The letter contained claims of criminal conspiracy, falsehood, mischief, and a threat to life. These were not levelled against Fatoyinbo, be that as it may, however against her and her husband.
According to her, she didn’t sign a letter countering her charge that Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo of the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA) assaulted her.
The mother of three had told the Guardian of UK that she was followed while driving home by cops in unmarked vehicles.
“One was holding a gun, and I noticed a second one holding a letter. They told me they were from IG’s (the inspector general of police) office in Abuja and that I needed to sign this letter and acknowledge it,” she said.
She further added that it was “extremely scary” to have a gunman emerge from an obscured minibus she, in the long run, went along out of shock.
Following knocks at her claim on social media, the photographer said in a post on Instagram on Wednesday that she did not sign a counter-petition or agree to any counter-petition.
“The interview with the UK Guardian was held two weeks ago when the police came to my house. It is not a new interview. I did not sign a counter-petition or acquiesce to any counter-petition,” she said.
“I am very grateful for all those who have reached out, including from institutions that are to help us get justice.
“Our legal and police case continues. This has not ended by any chance. This is about many young girls who must know they can get justice when they speak. I continue to be resolute and thank you for standing with us.”