Rape: I’ve intervened in similar allegations, he promised he would change – Fatoyinbo’s mentor (Video)

Pastor-Biodun-Fatoyinbo-of-COZA and Busola Dakolo Photo: The Nation

The spiritual mentor of Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo, Reverend Emmanuel Oset and close associate, Pastor Busola Olotu have both given shocking revelation about the Founder of Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA) concerning the rape allegation made by celebrity photographer, Busola Dakolo.

Pastor Busola Olotu of Daughters of Deborah International Ministry, Ilorin said Busola’s elder sister, Funmi Ayeni told her about the rape in 2011 and she spoke with Busola over the phone.

She said she believed the allegation were truth because that three other women had made similar allegations against Fatoyinbo.

Speaking with Adesuwa Onyenokwe on Arise TV, Olotu said. “I have known Fatoyinbo and his wife for many years and I was like a spiritual mentor to him while he was in Ilorin.

“In 2011, Funmi Ayeni, my spiritual daughter told me that her younger sister, Busola, was raped by Fatoyinbo. I was shocked because I could not reconcile the allegations to the person I knew. But when I spoke to Busola on phone, I could feel her pain and trauma and I knew she was speaking the truth.

“Sometime after that, I had a dream and I saw Fatoyinbo in that dream in bed with a woman who was not his wife and I confronted him in the dream and he told me that God’s grace was protecting him. “After that, I went to meet his father in the Lord, Rev Oset and told him about my dream and he said did it mean that Biodun hadn’t stopped what he was doing? It was then I knew that he had done similar things in the past.”

Reverend Emmanuel Oset of Canan Ministry, Ilorin confirmed the dream told by Olotu, adding that he had intervene in similar rape allegation against Fatoyinbo in the past.

He said reached out to Fatoyinbo to pray for him when he started his church and became his spiritual father.

Oset added that he end his relationship and association with Fatoyinbo in 2013 when Ese Walters accused him of adultery.

He said “I had been Fatonyibo’s spiritual mentor for years and have had to wade in when similar allegations were made against him. I investigated and the evidence against him was overwhelming but at the end, he promised that he would change.

“I had to cut off from him after a member of his church accused him in 2013 of having an extra marital affair. When that incident happened, I called him and told him that I wanted us to talk, but he kept avoiding me for many months. 

From August 2013 to April 2014, I kept putting pressure on him to come so we could discuss the issue but he avoided me. So I had to write him a letter telling him that I was no longer interested in being his mentor.” 

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