UNILORIN yet to find Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo’s student record

Following the countless rape allegations leveled against Biodun Fatoyinbo, the embattled  Senior Pastor of  the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly, the University of Ilorin has also began investigations into his student records.

According to the tertiary institution, they are  yet to trace the academic record of the troubled pastor.

According to the findings by Punch, UNILORIN  could not  find the cleric’s name on its graduates’ list.

Mr Kunle Akogun, who is the The Director of Corporate Affairs of the University of Ilorin, stated they had checked  their academic record unit in the registry and could not  find  the name of the pastor,  who has been accused of sex abuse by Busola Dakolo.

He said, “I have not got any feedback yet from our Academic Records Office. We have been checking, but we have not got anything on him, probably if we know the year he was in the university or the year he graduated or his course of study, that would make it easy for us to trace his record.”

Although, the record of Fatoyinbo had  yet to be traced at the academic record unit of the registry, but it is believed  Fatoyinbo attended  UNILORIN but did not take  his final examination papers for some reasons.

However, a  source claimed   he moved to  Osun State Polytechnic, Iree,  where he obtained a  Higher National Diploma certificate. 

Yet another report alleged that Fatoyibo attended University of Benin, Edo State after leaving University of Ilorin without completing his studies
Meanwhile, members of Ilorin branch of COZA  seem not bothered by  the rape allegation levelled against  Fatoyinbo by Dakolo.

Those who attended  Wednesday’s service at the church  opposite Mount Olives Anglican Church and Princess Luxury Suit on Pipeline Road, GRA, Ilorin, looked totally  unmoved by  the rape allegation and went about the church business normally.

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