Apostle Suleman of Omega Fire Ministries has thrown a shade to Busola Dakolo who accused COZA pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo of raping her 20 years ago.
This was after a lady requested for help from the pastor to seek treatment for some health issues.
After rendering help to the lady, Apostle Suleman went on to question if she’s not a teenager who will wake up 20 years later and level similar accusation Busola just did against COZA pastor.
Weeks ago, Busola Dakolo revealed that Biodun Fatoyinbo raped her 20 years ago. She made this known in an explosive interview with YNaija just weeks after her husband went on a social media call out of the pastor.
See interview below.
ON MEETING BIODUN FATOYINBO FOR THE FIRST TIME
Busola Dakolo was born and lived most of her early life in Ilorin. The first time she left Ilorin was for secondary school at Suleja and that time away allowed her really find her Christianity. She joined and rose to become the vice-president of the Gifted School Academy Suleja’s fellowship and embraced a conservative approach to Christianity, growing to become distrustful of churches and fellowships that tried to copy worldly trends as a way to reach people outside the church. She returned home for the holidays to find that her sisters had started attending a non-denominational ‘youth club’ that… CONTINUE HERE
Serena Williams makes Forbes top list of highest-paid female athletes for 4th consecutive year (Full list)
Female athlete, Serena Williams has again topped Forbes' highest-paid female athlete for the fourth year in a row.
This is connected to her earning $29.2million in a year.
The 23-time grand slam singles champion and mother of one, made 29.2 million US dollars for the 12 months to June 1, only £3.4m dollars of which was in prize money.
Young Japanese tennis star, Naomi Osaka, 21, who benefited from lucrative endorsements as well as prize-winning pots this year made $24.3 million.
SEE THE FORBES TOP 15 EARNERS
1. Serena Williams (tennis)
Total Earnings: £24m ($29.2m)
Prize Money: £3.4m
2. Naomi Osaka (tennis)
Total Earnings: $24.3 million
Prize Money: $8.3 million
Endorsements: $16 million