COZA Pastor’s assault claim: Justice must win – CAN

CAN President Samson Ayokunle says justice must preval in rape allegation against COZA Pastor Fatoyinbo

The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) on Saturday censured any instance of assault in solid terms, saying it doesn’t make a difference who is included.

Rev Samson Ayokunle, President, CAN, who gave the judgment by means of an instant message to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), focused on that equity must win in all assault cases.

Ayokunle portrayed assault as profane, insidious and indefensible.

He,however, noticed that CAN had no subtleties on the drifting charges against the author of Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA), Pastor Abiodun Fatoyinbo.

Yet, he affirmed that the affiliation had connected with the christian wing which Fatoyinbo has a place with discover reality of the situation and take necesssary activities.

“We have no insights regarding the issue other than what we are perusing and got notification from the web based life, and this isn’t dependable and valid proof.

“The CAN initiative has contacted the authority of the square which the Pastor being referred to has a place with the end goal of getting to the foundation of the issue.

“This will assist us with making the correct choice on the issue,” he said.

NAN reports that there will be a challenge walk to COZA church in Abuja, on 30 June, by Church Too Movement.

NAN additionally reports that Busola Dakolo, a picture taker and spouse of artist, Timi Dakolo, has blamed Fatoyinbo for rape.​

Mrs. Dakolo is the subsequent prominent individual after Ese Walter to blame Fatoyinbo for assault.

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