CAN Denies Sending Pastors To COZA on Solidarity Visit, Says Investigation Is Still Ongoing

Biodun-fatoyinbo

Following a viral video of two pastors who were allegedly representing the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) and paid a visit to the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA) to stand with its pastor after he was accused of Rape. The Christian central body has denied such solidarity move, disassociating themselves from the visit.

COZA founder and senior pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo was accused of rape by Busola Dakolo and another former worker of the church, allegations he had denied.

In a statement issued on Monday, the National Director of Legal and Public Affairs, CAN, Evangelist Barrister Kwamkur Samuel Vondip said the solidarity visit and video had nothing to do with the group.

The statement also went on to claim that investigation is ongoing and the result will be out in less than two weeks. Assuring Christians and the public at large, the group vowed that anyone found wanting won’t be spared.

The statement reads:

The attention of the President of CAN, Rev. Dr. Samson O. A. 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 to stand by the Senior Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo on the rape allegation against him.

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 this issue that 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 President of CAN is in communication with the President of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), Rev. Dr. Felix Omobude and has given the right to investigate the allegations to PFN and then revert to CAN. We can tell you that PFN has already constituted a panel that is investigating this matter and in less than two weeks, the outcome of the investigation will come out. We urge all our Christian brothers and sisters to know that this is the position of CAN. We would not spare anyone who is found wanting from facing appropriate disciplinary measures.

We appreciate sincerely the prayers and support of the Christians and all peace loving Nigerians for the Church and the nation.

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