What Kemi Olunloyo Said About Krest; The Drink Fatoyinbo Allegedly Offered Busola Dakolo After The RapeJuly 10, 2019
Just a few weeks after, Pastor Fatoyinbo and Busola Dakolo’s rape new me have subsided on the headlines but not in our hearts.
In fact, underground investigations are still on to make sure the truth comes to view.
What is Krest?
Krest is a soft drink manufactured by The Coca-Cola Company, local to the island of Malta. It was introduced in 1997 in regular and diet versions. Made from bitter oranges, its taste remains distinct from the more popular Kinnie drink, which is also local to Malta, according to Wikipedia.
Kemi Olunloyo actively disagree with Busola claim of being offered Krest by Fatoyinbo
Kemi Olunloyo took to her Instagram page to reveal some shocking details about the Busola Dakolo rape allegation by COZA Pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo.
She revealed that Busola lied about baby sitting, Pastor Biodun daughter, Shindara and also said the Krest was shutdown in 2001.
Busola Dakolo fabricated the babysitting year, I caught her, now it’s 2002 when Shindara was born. Sperm killer Krest pulled off market 2001. How could Pastor @biodunfatoyinbo have fed her Krest Bitter Lemon in a fabricated 2002 rape assuming he was taking her to babysit and they stopped in the bush to have intercourse?
The Coca Cola company told me today that they shifted the market for Schweppes bitter lemon so they don’t sell the same two product in one market. Today they even manufactured Teem as a newer affordable bitter lemon.
Pathetic liar @busoladakolo
did not practice her interview well with @ynaijatelevision. Her motive to destroy this pastor and church are unclear. She has refused to INTERVIEW with me or any other outlets as she’s been paid for this exclusive HOGWASH.
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