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COZA: Timi Dakolo sends message to Biodun Fatoyinbo after Police invitation

Nigerian singer, Timi Dakolo, has sent message to founder of Commonwealth of Zion Assembly Abuja, Biodun Fatoyinbo, after receiving police invitation on Saturday.

Okay.ng reported that the Police invited the Nigerian singer and his wife, Busola, for questioning over “criminal conspiracy, falsehood, mischief and threat to life.”

In responses to this, Dakolo through his Instagram said Fatoyino is using police to intimidate his family.

He said in part: “We have long been ready for your intimidation and dirtiness. For your Ilorin methods and underhand tactics. A pastor? Bribing investigating officials to delay summons?

“Paying dirty bloggers to fabricate things that cover the truth, going to the IG’s people under dark to force this case to be posted to Abuja?

“Now this is an investigation in Abuja when you haven’t answered to the rape case against you in Lagos? Rubbishing the legal and criminal system?

“And sending a bus load of armed policemen and shady men, lying in wait to intimidate my wife and children today, forcing their way into my home?

“Is that how the real police deliver a letter? This is the best you can do? This is why all the hurting women and families haven’t come against you?

“You picked the wrong one and you picked the wrong time. Nigerians are more awake than you think.

“If it is a fight you want, it’s a war you will get. Your filthiness under the guise of Christianity I will expose.

“I will fight for my wife and children-it’s promise I made with my wife and one I intend to keep. I will defend them from the unrelenting attack of a weak man who thinks he can use money and power to cover for all of his crimes. Like I said, we have since been ready.”

Okay.ng



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