Protesters against COZA pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo have vowed to continue with their effort towards ensuring he steps down from his role in the church.
During Sunday service yesterday, Biodun Fatoyinbo declared a seven day prayer and fasting while protesters were outside calling for him to step down.
“We will have prayers for those who are interested in coming but we are not going to have the seven days of glory. It has been suspended because I don’t want all those kind of stuff.
“So, if you want to pray, come; but the regular seven days of prayer, having preachers come in, you don’t want to put your guest speakers through that. We love to host people properly.”
He also announced the suspension of the Church’s annual seven day program due to the protest.
The protesters are calling for him to step down over a rape allegation leveled against him by singer Timi Dakolo’s wife, Busola Dakolo.