COZA pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo and 4 other ‘robust replies’ we’re STILL expecting before 2013 ends

by ‘Jola Sotubo

The year 2013 has been a very eventful one, and it is fast drawing to a close.

A lot of things that occurred during the year have been left unresolved; questions left unanswered, mysteries left unsolved.

A number of controversies arose in the course of the year and somewhere along the line we were promised or at least expected ” robust replies” to our many enquiries.

Here are the top 5 “robust replies “we are still expecting before the year ends:

1, Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo:

This is number one on our list for obvious reasons. The General Overseer of the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly came under intense scrutiny after a former member of his congregation, Ese Walter, claimed that they had been involved in an intimate relationship.

[READ: How I was abused by Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo of COZA]

In response to Miss Walter’s claims, the pastor said that his camp was preparing a ‘robust reply’ to address the allegations. We are still waiting.

[READ: Robust reply? Not exactly: COZA pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo adresses Ese Walter issue during Sunday sermon]

2, Stella Oduah:

The Aviation Minister, Ms. Stella Oduah got caught in a storm of controversy after news that she had ordered the purchase of 2 bullet-proof cars worth N255 million was leaked to the public.

[READ:“Normally you don’t buy one” – Ministry of Aviation justifies purchase of BMWs worth $1.5million for Minister]

The resulting criticisms and public anger eventually dimmed to a quiet lull. The minister was reportedly probed and ordered to appear at the National Assembly. The question is, what will be done about her actions? We are awaiting a response.

3, Goodluck Jonathan to Olusegun Obasanjo:

Earlier in the month, former President Olusegun Obasanjo sent an 18-page stinker to President Goodluck Jonathan accusing him of a number of atrocities.

[READ:Someone’s not amused: Lies, deceit, dishonour, myopia and deception are Jonathan’s major ingredients – OBJ lashes out]

Chief Obasanjo accused President Jonathan of “destroying the country” and the president reportedly told his aides that he would himself prepare a suitable reply to his predecessor.

[READ: We’ve received the letter, it is hypocritical and disrespectful’ – Presidency fires back at OBJ]

4, Goodluck Jonathan to Sanusi Lamido:

The Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, is said to have written a letter to President Goodluck Jonathan asking for an explanation as to why $50 billion in crude oil revenue had not been remitted to the apex bank.

The CBN governor has said that the expected amount is now $12billion but his question has still not been answered.

5, Olusegun Obasanjo to Iyabo Obasanjo:

The current controversy in the country is centered around a letter said to have been written by Senator Iyabo Obasanjo to her father, Olusegun Obasanjo.

[READ:Open letter: ‘Dear daddy, you are also a liar, manipulator and a hypocrite’ – Iyabo Obasanjo writes OBJ]

The letter, released by Vanguard describes the former president as a hypocrite, liar and an abominable father, amongst other things.

[READ:Why I wrote OBJ the open letter – Iyabo Obasanjo finally opens up]

Chief Obasanjo and his camp are apparently still in denial as they insist that Senator Obasanjo could not have insulted her father in such a manner. One way or another, we know a response of sorts is inevitable, and we are eagerly awaiting it.

[READ:Baba didn’t get Iyabo’s open letter – OBJ’s aide]

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