Popular Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo has released a statement addressing the rape allegations by popular photographer, Busola Dakolo, which she detailed in a four-part video that you can watch HERE. Below is his statement: Adeola Related Posts South Korea: 2nd case of African swine fever confirmed September 19, 2019 Police arrest fake EFCC operative in Lagos September 19, 2019 Kenyan-born Hodgen Mainda has been appointed to the Tennessee state cabinet September 19, 2019 2 Comments Ngwa Mary Anne 3 months ago Reply It is a pity that pastors should not be honest enough to admit their faults and ask for God’s mercy. Now, he says he and his members,esp those supporting the work will fight to the end. Were they accused together? Were they there when these things were happening? Let’s be serious and not sin further. Miri 3 months ago Reply I look forward to watching the Pastor’s preaching on “What a girl child must do to protect herself from being sexually attacked”. Or better still, I’d watch the real time drama on “Why women accuse pastors of sexual indiscretions these days”. One thing is obvious though — no woman who is raped, wants the wrong person to suffer for the atrocity. Of course there are always a few exceptions to this general rule. This matter needs to be investigated thoroughly. Write A Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.