The Nigeria Police Force has reportedly seized the international passport of Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo, the founder of Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA), and also conducted a search on the residence and office of the embattled pastor in Abuja.
According to Daily Sun, the Detectives investigating the rape allegation by Busola Dakolo, on Wednesday searched the house and office of Pastor Fatoyinbo, and also seized his international passport, as part of the bail conditions granted to the embattled pastor.
The Force Criminal Investigation Department (FCID), Abuja, also asked Pastor Fatoyinbo to provide two-level 16, officers with landed property in Abuja, before he was allowed to go home on bail.
The COZA pastor who attended another round of interrogation on Wednesday, was told to be reporting to the FCID, on a daily basis until investigation is concluded.
A source told Daily Sun that part of the investigation that took place on Wednesday was a search on the home of the pastor and his office by detectives.
“The home of the pastor and his office were searched today by detectives investigating the matter, but I cannot tell you what they found, but defiantly they were looking for incriminating documents and other evidences that was revealed by witnesses during the discreet investigation conducted in the matter,” the source said.
“Also part of the bail conditions given to pastor Fatoyinbo is that he provides two level 16 officers who have landed property in Abuja, and that his international passport to be deposited with the police which he has done”.
Busola Dakolo, wife of Nigeria’s inspirational singer Timi Dakolo had accused Fatoyinbo of raping her many years ago – allegation that had elicited comments from Nigerians.