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Timi Dakolo reacts as CAN disowns members’ solidarity visit to COZA


Timi Dakolo reacts as CAN disowns members’ solidarity visit to COZA

The Christian Association of Nigeria has disowned the solidarity visit by some of its members to the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA).

In a statement reposted by Timi Dakolo, husband of the alleged victim, CAN president, Rev. Supo Ayokunle, said the solidarity visit was not approved by the religious body.

CAN further said they would never support any act of immorality from whatever quarter and will no jump into conclusion without thorough investigation.

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The religious body further said that the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria has commenced an investigation into the rape allegation and in no less than two weeks the outcome of the investigation will be revealed.

“The attention of the president of CAN, Rev Dr. Samson OA Ayokunle has been called to a report and a video clip going round that Christian Association of Nigeria has sent her officials to Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA) church.

“This message is to categorically inform the Christian leaders, the general public and all lovers of truth that CAN or the President of CAN did not approve and knows nothing about such a solidarity visit.

“Those who did so did it on their own.

“We stand by our earlier release on the issue while we would never support any act of immorality from whatever quarter, we would not jump into passing judgement without thorough investigation of the matter”, the statement reads in part.


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Reacting to the statement Timi Dakolo wrote: “The truth always wins.”

Recall that some members of CAN, Rev Dr Samson Jonah, CAN Chairman in the FCT, and Israel Akanji, who is the leader of CAN, Northcentral, paid a visit to COZA on Sunday, July 14, and pledged their support for the embattled senior pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo.

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In a clip posted by COZA global YouTube of the Sunday service, the clergymen said they were impressed by the church and have been greatly blessed by the church, they also said the church supports and stands by Fatoyinbo.

The clergymen also promised to continue praying for him and adding that “the gates of hell will not prevail”.

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