On Sunday, a former education minister, Dr. Oby Ezekwesili, reacted to invitation letters sent to Busola and Timi Dakolo.
This followed a warning from Timi Dakolo, whose wife, Busola, had accused Biodun Fatoyinbo, a senior pastor of the Commonwealth of Zion, COZA, of raping some of the men who tried to invade his residence with weapons on Saturday.
In a post on his Instagram page, Dakolom raised the alarm of how Pastor Fatoyinbo allegedly bribed officials investigating the alleged rape case and consistently harassed his family.
But reacting, police spokesman Frank Mba, in a statement Saturday night, said the letter was the continuation of an ongoing police investigation involving Busola Dakolo, founder of COZA, pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo and others. .
He explained that the invitation was not synonymous with an arrest warrant and that it should not be misinterpreted as such.
“Rather, it is an educated research tool that is used to obtain information from the parties voluntarily to help police investigations,” Mba said.
However, Ezekwesili when writing on his Twitter page asked why the police operation “seemed extremely intimidating”.
She wrote: “Just catching up on this and seeing those photos of Dako’s report of his” invitation “makes this his rather curious statement @PoliceNG It does not seem that his officers executed a” regular police invitation “.
“That operation seemed extremely intimidating. Why? Explain this. “