Sunday, 21 July 2019

The Nigerian police sent an invitation letter to Busola Timi Dakolo sequel to the (Rape) allegation against a pastor

The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed
Adamu, says a letter of invitation was sent to Busola and Timi
Dakolo over the rape allegations levelled
against Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo, founder of
Common Wealth of Zion Assembly (COZA).
This was contained in a statement by the police
spokesman, Frank Mba.
The statement noted that the invitation was
sequel to an ongoing police investigation
touching on the wider and highly publicized
case involving Busola Dakolo, Pastor Biodun
Fatoyinbo, and others.
The statement said, "The Nigeria Police is
confirming that its operatives today, 20th July
2019 served official invitation letters on Busola
and Timi Dakolo. The invitation is sequel to an
on-going police investigation touching on the
wider and highly publicized case involving
Bisola Dakolo, Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo, and
others.
"It is important however to note that a police
invitation letter is not synonymous with a
warrant of arrest, and must not be construed
to be one. Rather, it is a polite investigative
tool used in eliciting information voluntarily
from parties to aid police investigations."
 Timi Dakolo calling his lawyer
Timi Dakolo 

"The Inspector-General of Police, IGP MA
Adamu, has appealed for calm and is
reassuring Nigerians that the police under his
watch will remain professional, impartial and
unreservedly committed to the pursuit of
justice in this case and all other cases before
it," the statement added.
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