Nollywood actor, Akah Nnani has reacted to the ongoing rape allegation that was raised against Pastor Abiodun Fatoyinbo, the founder of Commonwealth of Zion Africa (COZA).
The internet has gone berserk since Busola Dakolo, wife of Nigerian singer, Timi Dakolo unveiled atrocious skeletons about the COZA pastor.
According to her, she was sexually assaulted at the age of 18 by Pastor Fatoyinbo. Her revelation has stunned a cross-section of Nigerians. These include Nollywood actor Akah Nnani who is a member of the church.
Disappointed by the news, Akah has called out the senior pastor of COZA. He urges him to respond to the allegations.
Read what he wrote on his Instagram page:
Akah Nnani seeks a response from Fatoyinbo
“I woke up to several missed calls, and text messages. My friends know my relationship with @cozaglobal. Let me say this. COZA is my church. I love my pastor… But rape, is a serious issue. My stomach churns as I write this. Spoke with @timidakolo a week ago and tried to understand why he had taken a stance against my pastor. I had just come back from honeymoon when all my friends sent me his attacks to my pastor a few weeks ago.
“Also, I sought to understand, not to attack. I was under so much turmoil too because this is my church, my pastor. I cannot go around like nothing is happening and the church isn’t addressing anything or re-assuring the members.
“We must not see evil and cover it. We must not see evil and turn the other way. You all know me. I attack and speak out against corrupt political leaders every time. Well, this has hit home. Our leaders and our fathers must be held accountable. And they must deem us worthy to be answerable to. If we cannot clean in the church, forget it. We cannot clean the country. I am tired of hearing so much rubbish about my church and leadership over the years especially because of the industry I belong to. Nothing passes our ears behind the scene.
“My pastor @biodunfatoyinbo has to say something this time. If the rest of the church does not need it, I need it. For my sake, sir… Speak on this. I stand with @busoladakolo as she has spoken her truth. I stand with the body of Christ also. And I ask that my pastor come out and speak his own truth.
“I am praying for the church. Please let us pray for both the Dakolo and the Fatoyinbo families. (wife and kids). In the end, if we need to, let us scatter the place… Then the truth will stand up.”