COZA: Fatoyinbo says he has not received order mandating him to appear in court

COZA: Fatoyinbo says he has not received order mandating him to appear in court

Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA) senior pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo, has reacted to an order mandating him to appear in court following his molestation drama with popular photographer, Busola Dakolo.

Recall that Legit.ng previously gathered that the lady, who is married to Nigerian singer Timi Dakolo, has dragged her alleged molester to court and made demands.

It was further reported that Busola through her lawyers, demanded the COZA pastor to publish a clearly worded apology on the front pages of two national newspapers, running for seven consecutive days. In addition, he is requested to pay a cost of action fee tagged at N10m.

In reaction to the news, Fatoyinbo took to his official social media page with a post in which he clearly stated that he is yet to receive any court order. He, however, made it clear that should he receive such order, he would respond accordingly out of utmost respect for the law.

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The man of God also dropped a subtle message for his accuser by asking her to stop going around telling lies.

See the post below:

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In a related story, Legit.ng gathered that several Nigerians that have been following the drama between Fatoyinbo and Dakolo, reacted to the latest development after the latter made demands through her lawyers. Some people expressed that they were already tired of the drama while others expressed their continued support for Dakolo.

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