Just In: Protesters in their numbers storm Abuja and Lagos branches of Pastor Fatoyinbo’s COZA

The allegations by celebrity photographer and wife to popular singer, Busola Dakolo in an interview published by Y!TV , accusing Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo of sexually abusing her on multiple occasions has taken a new dimension as members of the public under the umbrella of a group called #ChurchToo Movement gathered on the Abuja and Lagos branches of the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA); where the pastor presides, demanding that he resigns from his duties.

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In a couple of videos obtained by YNaija from social media, the protesters bearing placards and banners with different inscriptions, including ‘PASTOR STEP DOWN’ met security operatives at both branches of the church while journalists and others on the peaceful march at the Abuja Headquarters of the church, located in Guzape appear to have met stiff resistance from the security authorities and protocol unit of the church, forcing them to sit on the floor to make their demands.

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Pastor Fatoyinbo who is the Founder and Senior Pastor of the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA), was on Friday in a four-part video interview with YNaija Television accused by the wife of West African Idols winner and popular singer, Timi Dakolo of sexually abusing her on multiple occasions as a teen in his then ‘Divine Delight Club;’  the precursor to his Commonwealth of Zion Assembly.

Although, the leadership of the church through Pastor Fatoyinbo has denied the allegations in his reaction to the development, Nigerians are demanding for an investigation into the case and that he should be prosecuted.

See videos from the protest march below:




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