Timi Dakolo Reacts To BBC’s Sex-For-Grades Documentary
Popular singer, Timi Dakolo has taken to his Instagram page to react to the recent sex for grade saga which exposed a Nigerian lecturer.
The singer’s wife, Busola is still trying to get justice after she was allegedly raped by COZA founder and senior pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo, when she was a teenager.
In the documentary released by BBC Africa Eye, the Nigeria lecturer, Boniface Igbeneghu, who also happens to be a Foursquare Pastor, was filmed making sexual demands to an undercover reporter, who disguised herself as a 17-year-old admission seeker.
Taking to the photo-sharing platform, Dakolo, who is against randy pastors, shared an image which reads:
“From the BBC sex for grades documentary, oga pastor Boniface was even praying and calling Jesus. Shouting welcome to the kingdom.”
The singer also captioned the image:
“Nowadays, when someone is saying “I give God the Glory” we need to ask, which God?”
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