Diverse reactions have trailed the alleged storming of the house of singer Timi Dakolo by some armed men on Saturday.
BaclaD TV had reported that despite the incident, Dakolo whose wife accused Pastor Biodun Fatonyinbo of Commonwealth of Zion (COZA) of rape, said he’d not be intimidated.
Earlier on, the police had issued an arrest warrant on Dakolo and his wife, asking them to report for questioning on Tuesday.
The police say they are investigating a case of criminal conspiracy, falsehood, mischief and threat to life that the Dakolos name was mentioned.
While reacting to the alleged invasion of their homes, Nigerians took to Twitter to voice their opinions as captured below:
On July 10, 2019 Kemi Olunloyo posted Timi Dakolo's home address on IG. 10 days later, there are strange men with guns outside Timi's house.
People will be doing rubbish not knowing they are negatively affecting other people's lives &putting them in danger.
— The Male Arya Stark (@I_Am_Ilemona) July 20, 2019
It is high time I muted COZA, Biodun, Fatoyinbo, Busola, and Timi Dakolo on my TL
This is too childish..
If they can't go to court they should leave us alone. Our TL is not court room🙅
— Mr_OLU| Followers_Ritual (@iam_OOJ) July 20, 2019
Once the Nigeria Police get Busola Dakolo to the station,none of u guys on Twitter will see what is happening in the station, all you will hear @ the end is that she confessed that she was not raped by Biodun Fatoyinbo,D power of intimidation,Timi Dakolo knows what he is doing, pic.twitter.com/UStj3MH598
— JOHNTEEY 🇳🇬 (@johnteey) July 20, 2019
Biodun Fatoyinbo just did what Timi Dakolo and wife should have done instead of that interview. The public are supposed to be aware of the issue by seeing a police invite for the pastor because he was accused of rape by a complainant and not a Ynaija interview.
— DatAkwaIbomBOY (@DatAkwa) July 20, 2019
Timi Dakolo is a very unreasonable person. You post someone's phone number online and expect the person not to also post sensitive information about you as well. Laughable and pitiable.
All these social media sympathy doesn't win cases in court though.
— Sammy Pam (@we_shallprevail) July 20, 2019