Timi Dakolo: Singer rescued by RRS officers after siege on house (photo)

Timi Dakolo: Singer rescued by RRS officers after siege on house (photo)

Nigerian singer Timi Dakolo has cried out on social media following the appearance of some strange men around his Lagos home.

The celebrity singer shared a photo on his social media page and expressed that the men are also armed with guns.

In the photo shared a white Toyota Hiace bus could be seen parked in front of his building.

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See photo below:

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Some of the singer's colleagues were spotted in the comment section warning him to remain indoors. Read comments below:

omonioboli: "What’s going on please?!!! Hope you have informed the authorities. Please don’t engage and God keep you all safe"

theonlychigul: "Please remain indoors"

ikogbonna: "Nothing dey happen bro ... God gat you"

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His followers on social media also offered words of prayers for him and his family members.

fabulousgloria_efiko: "You and your family are shield and protected from every wicked and unreasonable men in Jesus name Amen!"

mondaygodstime: "They shall not see you and your house hold Amen"

In a recent development, popular lawyer and activist Segun Awosanya, shared photos confirming the rescue of the singer by men of the Rapid Response Squad (RRS). See photos below:

This is coming amidst the brewing drama between the singer and Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo of the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA), after his wife Busola, came out to reveal that the man of God molested her several years ago. It is however not yet clear if the siege is connected to the recent happenings.

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