Former minister of aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode on Sunday sent a strong warning to Nigerian Muslims.
Fani-Kayode gave his warning to the Muslims while reacting to the protest against the Senior Pastor of the Commonwealth Of Zion Assembly (COZA), Biodun Fatoyinbo.
He also gave his warning while reacting to the large number of protesters that included Muslims who abandoned their duties and came out in their large numbers to protest against the allegation bothering on molestation, that was levelled against the man of God; an allegation that he (Fatoyinbo) had debunked on several occasions.
The former minister made his reaction to the large turnout of Nigerian Muslims known via his Tweet, obtained by Naija News in the eve of Sunday.
His tweet reads as thus; “I hope Muslims that joined the protest march at COZA will not complain when Christians join the protest march at the mosque when a mallam defiles a young girl. If u have anything against Biodun it does not mean u have the right to insult his Church members as they attend service!”
I hope Muslims that joined the protest march at COZA will not complain when Christians join the protest march at the mosque when a mallam defiles a young girl.If u have anyyhing against Biodun it does not mean u have the right to insult his Church members as they attend service!
— Femi Fani-Kayode (@realFFK) June 30, 2019
Fani-Kayode’s tweet reaction comes after a large number of protesters on Sunday morning stormed Lagos and Abuja to protest against the man of God.
Naija News recalls that the protest was triggered after he (Fatoyinbo) was accused by Busola Dakolo, wife to a popular Nigerian soulmate singer, Timi Dakolo who had accused the Pastor of molesting her while she was in her tender and teenage age.
Haven denied the allegation severally, the wife to the Pastor, Omodele Fatoyinbo has also come out to throw her weight behind her husband, stressing that her husband can never molest a woman.
Omodele Fatoyinbo made this known while reacting to the allegation against her husband during the Sunday worship in their church that was reported to have closed at about one-hour behind schedule, due to the reactions surrounding the COZA pastor’s allegation and the protesters who had since taken to the streets.
Source: Naija News