Mr Fatoyinbo stepped down in July after hundreds of protesters stormed the church’s headquarters in Abuja and its branch in Lagos.
The protests were in reaction to the allegation made by Busola Dakolo, a photographer and wife of popular Nigeria singer, Timi Dakolo. Mrs Dakolo alleged that the pastor raped her twice when she was a teenager.
On Sunday, the pastor delivered the sermon titled “Sudden Victories.”
Last week, a member of the church’s board of trustees, Obafemi Banigbe, also resigned from the church.
Several Nigerians took to social media to react to Mr Fatoyinbo’s return to the pulpit.
No Robust Reply
I hope the Same Pastors that advised he stepped down till issues raised were addressed will also speak out and explain this
Has he been cleared?
Or was the stepping down just a PR strateg#COZA
Pastor Biodun and his fellow Rapist celebrating him as he stand on the Alter to preach.
If you are member of #Coza and you were here clapping you are Rapist.
I find it hard to believe that the #COZA Pastor mounted the pulpit and still had the church members cheering him on like a hero!
Religion proves itself again as the biggest brainwashing technique in Nigeria