COZA: Nigerians Blast CAN Leaders For Pledging Support To Embattled Pastor Fatoyinbo

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The Christian Association of Nigeria, on Sunday, visited the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly headquarters in Abuja to pledge support to pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo.

CAN Leaders

The embattled pastor, who was accused of raping Busola Dakolo has been the talk of the town in the past few weeks,

The Christian Association of Nigeria, however, went ahead to support the pastor in the present predicament.

ALSO READ: Rape Scandal: CAN Leaders Visit COZA, Pledge Support For Fatoyinbo

Recall that the religious body had earlier denied COZA has a member of its organization when the allegations were leveled on pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo.

Nigerian on social media has however reacted to the CAN support as they have been a lot of heated arguments on the religious body.


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