Photos: Sympathizers of Biodun Fatoyinbo stage solidarity protest

Photos: Sympathizers of Biodun Fatoyinbo stage solidarity protest

Some people, some of who are members of the CommonWealth Zion Assembly (COZA), have formed a coalition and are also staging a protest in solidarity to

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Some people, some of who are members of the CommonWealth Zion Assembly (COZA), have formed a coalition and are also staging a protest in solidarity to COZA’s senior pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo who is being accused of raping Busola Dakolo, wife to Timi Dakolo, when she as a minor.

A man who identified himself as a member of the church was coordinating a crowd of about 40 young men. He took down the names of the protesters in sheets of paper and coordinated them for about 30 minutes before they started displaying placards of their own in support of Mr Fatoyinbo.

The man who says he is a member of the church also declined to say why he was coordinating a counter-protest to disrupt the gathering that was already underway without any skirmishes.

Bidoun Fatoyinbo has since denied the allegation, threatening to take legal action.