The police have invited singer Timi Dakolo and his wife for questioning over allegations of falsehood.
According to a letter dated July 18 from the special tactical squad of the Inspector-General of Police, the police is investigating a case of criminal conspiracy, mischief and threat to life.
The couple were directed to report on July 23 for an interview.
Sharing a picture of the letter of invitation on his Instagram page, the singer alleged that the officers forced their way into his house to harass his family. He also alleged that a petition submitted by his family last month has not been responded to.
In June, Busola, a celebrity photographer, had alleged that she was raped by founder of the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly Biodun Fatoyinbo, at the age of 16.
Although Fatoyinbo denied the allegation, the pastor stepped aside for the issue to be investigated.
Meanwhile Police Public Relations officer Frank Mba has confirmed the invitation to the Dakolos. He told TVC News this evening that its a routine procedure and in line with the constitutional duty reposed in the police to investigate any criminal allegation.
He’s assured the public that the Dakolos have not been arrested and the public will be kept abreast of issues as they develop.