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So the whole razzmatazz started when singer Timi Dakolo posted some controversial stuff on his Instagram page.
Here is everything he posted today about the COZA and the Church’s Pastor.
This is not the first time Timi has posted about the Coza Church and its pastor.
Infact the last time he posted, he was threatened and warned not to enter Abuja which is where the headquarters of Coza is located.
If you’ve not been following the story, you might be curious but confused as to what the full story is.
Here is the Full Story;
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Coza which stands for “COMMONWEALTH OF GOD ASSEMBLY” which explains the line where Timi said “Commonwealth ko, Zion ni”
The church started operations in Ilorin, Kwara state and before this accusation by Timi Dakolo, the church had been plagued with various accusations with “Sexual harassment” at the center of those accusations.
On one occasion while the church was still in Ilorin, Coza’s head pastor, Abiodun Fatoyinbo, was alleged to have slept with two sisters and got one of them pregnant.
He was also said to have had an affair with a married woman.
But nothing came off this allegations.
So fast-forward to 2013, Coza became popular and had moved its headquarters to the Nation’s capital in Abuja.
The sexual allegation against Coza’s head pastor reared it’s head again in the person of Ese Walter.
This lady was reported to have had a week-long affair with the pastor during his visit to London while she was doing her masters in the United Kingdom.
Here’s Ese’s full story narrated and written by her.
During this same period, another lady by the name of Walter Franca came forward to accuse the Pastor of sexually harassing her.
After all these accusations, the Coza Church Pastor has yet to give any concrete reply on the matter.
Rather he was reported to have said in 2013 during the Ese’s scandal
When we asked God, God said be quiet. Thank you!”
So, connect these trail of accusations with Timi Dakolo’s Instagram rant about the Coza church & pastor Abiodun Fatoyinbo.
Do you see a connection?
Let’s know in the comments section