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Banky W, others salute Busola Dakolo for speaking about rape by COZA pastor

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By Toby Prince

Musician, Banky W, has praised Busola Dakolo, wife of a colleague, Timi Dakolo, for talking about being raped by Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo of the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA).

The mother of three made the accusation in an interview with Chude Jideonwo on YNaija TV.

In the interview, Mrs Dakolo revealed that as a teenager in the Divine Delight Club, the precursor to COZA, she was groomed and raped by the pastor.

She said it happened while she was a 16-year-old secondary school student living with her parents in Ilorin, Kwara State.

Narrating an incident, she said: “Immediately I opened the door (of her house in Ilorin), he just pushed me, he didn’t say anything, he didn’t utter any word, he just pushed me to one of the chairs in my living room.

“I saw him, he was removing his belt, he just said: ‘keep quiet, do what I want you to do and you will be fine.’”

Reacting to the news, Banky W wrote a message of support to her in the comment section of her last Instagram post.

“You are an incredibly brave and strong lady, I’m SOOOOO proud of you for speaking your truth. You didn’t speak up for yourself alone, but for all voiceless victims who have been put through similar horrors. Sending love, light and support your way. God bless you, my dear. God bless you,” he wrote.

Nigerians joined the singer to praise the celebrity photographer for speaking about it the abuse candidly.

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