UK-based media consultant, DJ Abass has pointed out atleast two similarities in both Biodun Fatoyinbo and Prince Andrew’s alleged rape cases.
According to Abass, both cases allegedly happened when the victims were underage. Abass also said the cases happened 18 and 20 years ago, but no one blamed Prince Adrew’s victim for speaking up after so many years. Taking to social media, he stated the similarities thus;
”Strange but I see striking similarities between the Prince Andrew / Virginia Roberts & Pastor Fatoyinbo / Busola Dakolo cases. Two powerful men accused of sexual impropriety with minors in cases dating back 18 years and 20 years respectively.
Virginia Roberts: She has claimed in US court papers that she slept with Prince Andrew 18 years ago (When she was aged 17) as part of Jeffrey Epstein’s circle of sex trafficking of minors – and Prince Andrew is denying it never happened.
However, the allegations were later struck from court records as being ‘immaterial and impertinent’ … and as Andrew’s connection to Epstein made headlines in recent months, corporate sponsors started to pull their support and distance themselves from the prince’s projects.
Busola Dakolo’s rape allegations dates from just over 20 years ago when she was 16 years old. A judge later dismissed the case filed by Busola against Pastor Biodun stating held that the matter amounts to injustice, and an abuse of judicial process adding that the case is empty and purely sentimental. The court also awarded costs of N1,000,000 against Busola Dakolo’s counsel and held that the fine should have been 10 times more because the court’s time was wasted. Pastor Fatoyinbo who initially stepped down as head pastor at Coza when the story broke was later re-instated.
The difference in both cases though is no one in the US or UK is asking Virginia Roberts why she waited 18 years to tell her story and after two interviews granted by both parties, the overwhelming slant of believability is leaning more towards the accuser. Many in Nigeria have castigated Busola Dakolo (along with other accuser(s)) of ‘waiting too long’ to come out – and I can’t get my head round that.”