Fatoyinbo in Port Harcourt

Many expected his ministry to collapse after popular photographer, Busola Dakolo took the entire nation by the storm in 2019 alleging that Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo of the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly, COZA, raped her.

Dakolo alleged that Fatoyinbo raped her 20 years ago when she was still 16 years old in Ilorin, Kwara State, but the pastor denied the allegation.

Fatoyinbo in Port Harcourt

The entire nation was against Fatoyinbo, but he refused to admit his culpability. The case went to court, but the judge struck it out for want of evidence.

Since then, Fatoyinbo has continued to soar, his ministry has not diminished since then despite the many controversies that greeted him last year.

Worshippers during Fatoyinbo’s visit to Port Harcourt

On Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, it is Fatoyinbo all the way as series of programmes he staged always attracted huge crowd.

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On Saturday, Fatoyinbo spoke of his encounter when he visited the COZA Port Harcourt Campus.

“It was an unforgettable experience as I visited the COZA Port Harcourt Campus for the very first time since its inception over 3 years ago. The Presence of God is everything and we enjoyed a time of great fellowship with the Holy Spirit.

A worshipper in spirit during Fatoyinbo’s visit in Port Harcourt

“I love you COZA Port Harcourt. We are ready for unprecedented exploits and I can’t wait to hear your testimonies. Blessings,” he said.

Worshippers during Fatoyinbo’s visit to Port Harcourt

Fatoyinbo preaching in Port Harcourt

Fatoyinbo with worshippers in Port Harcourt

Fatoyinbo arrives Port Harcourt

Fatoyinbo in Port Harcourt


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