COZA Opens Up On Paying Pro-Biodun Fatoyinbo Protesters N10,000 Each

Commonwealth of Zion Assembly, COZA, has denied the video making the rounds on social media of some persons protesting in favour of Pastor B...

Commonwealth of Zion Assembly, COZA, has denied the video making the rounds on social media of some persons protesting in favour of Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo.
In the viral video, some persons claiming to be members of COZA were seen holding placards with inscriptions like “Pastor Biodun is anointed”, “He is not a Rapist”.

One of the protesters confessed to receiving the sum of 10,000 to protest against Busola Dakolo.

However, COZA on its official Twitter page @Cozaglobal on Sunday afternoon denied any affiliation with the pro-protesters.

Alongside video of the protesters, COZA wrote: DISCLAIMER: Our attention has been drawn to certain videos being circulated online.

“Please note, the persons in this video do not represent the views of the Common Wealth of Zion Assembly neither are they acting as a proxy for the Common Wealth of Zion Assembly.”

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