Popular Nigerian singer, Timi Dakolo, has said that people must now be questioned about the god they mean when they say “I give God the glory.”
The music star made this statement via his Instagram post on Wednesday, October 9, in reaction to the BBC Africa Eye #SexForFGrades documentary.
Earlier on Monday, a 13-minute documentary published by the British public service broadcaster was centered on the University of Lagos (UNILAG) and the University of Ghana.
Dr Boniface Igbeneghu, a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Arts, UNILAG, and former sub-dean, was caught on camera trying to force himself on a journalist who posed as a 17-year-old admission seeker.
Igbeneghu was also the pastor of a local Foursquare Gospel Church in Lagos.
Mordi, in the documentary, said she too was a victim of sexual harassment during her days in the university.
She said her team took the initiative due to the clamour to expose lecturers in the habit of sexually abusing students.
However, Timi, in his post condemned the lecturer’s use of the pulpit to cover his acts.
“From the BBC sex for grades documentary, Oga Pastor Boniface was even praying and calling Jesus, shouting welcome to the kingdom.”
“Nowadays when someone is saying ‘I give God the Glory’ We need to ask ‘which God’?”
Timi’s wife, Busola, had accused the senior pastor of Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA), Biodun Fatoyinbo, of raping her as a teenager.
She has also pressed charges against the preacher.