CAN leaders come under serious attack for visiting and declaring support for COZA pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo

Nigerians are attacking the leadership of the Christian Association of Nigeria CAN in Abuja and North Central for visiting the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly COZA and declaring support for its pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo, in the wake of the many rape allegations.

The CAN leaders during the visit said they stand in solidarity with Bidoun Fatoyinbo and COZ church. Nigerians are appaled by the CAN leadership gesture and are calling them out on Twitter. See more reactions below

CAN leaders come under serious attack for visiting and declaring support for COZA pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo

 

CAN leaders come under serious attack for visiting and declaring support for COZA pastor, Biodun FatoyinboCAN leaders come under serious attack for visiting and declaring support for COZA pastor, Biodun FatoyinboCAN leaders come under serious attack for visiting and declaring support for COZA pastor, Biodun FatoyinboCAN leaders come under serious attack for visiting and declaring support for COZA pastor, Biodun FatoyinboCAN leaders come under serious attack for visiting and declaring support for COZA pastor, Biodun FatoyinboCAN leaders come under serious attack for visiting and declaring support for COZA pastor, Biodun FatoyinboCAN leaders come under serious attack for visiting and declaring support for COZA pastor, Biodun FatoyinboCAN leaders come under serious attack for visiting and declaring support for COZA pastor, Biodun FatoyinboCAN leaders come under serious attack for visiting and declaring support for COZA pastor, Biodun FatoyinboCAN leaders come under serious attack for visiting and declaring support for COZA pastor, Biodun FatoyinboCAN leaders come under serious attack for visiting and declaring support for COZA pastor, Biodun FatoyinboCAN leaders come under serious attack for visiting and declaring support for COZA pastor, Biodun FatoyinboCAN leaders come under serious attack for visiting and declaring support for COZA pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo

 

 

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