Busola Dakolo: I did not sign any counter-petition, legal case against Fatoyinbo continues

Busola Dakolo: I did not sign any counter-petition, legal case against Fatoyinbo continues

- Busola Dakolo has come out to deny a piece of widespread news about signing a letter that counters her molestation allegation against Fatoyinbo

- The celebrity photographer made this denial in a post on social media

- Also, Busola stressed that the legal case against the COZA pastor still continues

Recently, it was reported that Busola Dakolo was forced to sign a counter petition discrediting the molestation allegation she made against COZA pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo. This news which has gone viral has been denied by the lady.

According to Busola, she was not forced to sign any counter petition. The wife of singer Timi Dakolo said that the interview where the information was scooped from was no new one as she granted it two weeks ago when her house was invaded by the police.

Busola also stressed that the legal and police case against Fatoyinbo still continues and she intends to see it through to the end.

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Even more, she thanked all those who had come out openly to support her. She also extended gratitude to legal institutions that had proposed to help her and others get justice.

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See her post below:

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Recently, a Nigerian writer named Bisi Adeleye-Fayemi called out all those who were condemning Busola for speaking out. According to this writer, women are mostly ill-treated and left without a voice in Nigeria. In light of this, she called for a proper and better treatment of Nigerian women.

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