CAN gives PFN two weeks to submit report on COZA rape allegation

The Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, has given the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, PFN, two weeks to submit its report on the rape allegation against COZA pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo.

Biodun Fatoyinbo is being accused of raping Busola Dakolo 20 years ago.

A probe panel was constituted by PFN over the allegation but outcome of the panel is yet to be made known.

Speaking concerning the delay by the panel to issue an outcome, CAN president Rev. Samson Ayokunle told newsmen in Abuja yesterday:

“We have told you without mincing words that we will never support immorality in whatever form, it is alien to the culture of the church, to the teachings of Christ. And there is no pulpit that I know in Nigeria that the members are taught immorality, but we will not condemn until we have reasons to condemn, let the panel come out with the result let’s know what the truth is. I told you in the press release we issued that we have given the right to Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) because we don’t deal with individual churches, we deal with blocs. 

We have directed PFN, an arm of a bloc, which is also large enough to investigate that matter. I am telling you under God that PFN has set up that panel and that panel had been given two weeks within which to submit its report. Not only that, the two individuals involved have been invited by the committee and we are assuring them that nothing will be covered.” he said.

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