In respect to the ramping rape allegation, Pastor Abiodun Fatoyinbo, the senior pastor of the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly in Guzape, Abuja has indefinitely cancelled the yearly “7 Days of Glory” programme.
He made this known while addressing the congregation during the Sunday service.
The annual event was billed to hold every July 1st to July 7th with top international pastors like Bishop T. D. Jakes and Creflo Dollar in attendance.
Fatoyinbo said his mentors and leaders had advised him to cancel the programme.
He said, “I don’t want to put the guest preachers through the stress of coming to COZA amid such allegations of rape.”
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Hundreds of congregants present at the Sunday service hailed him, saying, “pastor, we love you.”
Fatoyinbo said, “the church “elders” are handling the matter.
He also said he was not happy with the massive deployment of security agents in the church.