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BREAKING: Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo Is Suffering From Partial Stroke – Kemi Olunloyo [VIDEO]



Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo

BREAKING: Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo Is Suffering From Partial Stroke – Kemi Olunloyo [VIDEO]—–The United trained International Journalist and Award Winning Clinical Pharmacist, Kemi Olunloyo has just alleged that Founder, Commonwealth Of Zion Assembly, COZA, Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo, Is suffering from partial stroke.

The Genius Media Nigeria reports that she made this known in her tweet via her official social media platform.

The cleric is the Founder of the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA) with headquarters in Abuja.

The controversial cleric, who has been away from the spotlight for about seven months, recently put out new pictures of himself after he survived the stroke.

The once bespectacled cleric now looks very emaciated.

He is currently in Manchester with his family and some of his church members for a church programme.

At the weekend, some Twitter users posted multiple images which showed an underweight Fatoyinbo.

“What is happening to Biodun Fatoyinbo aka Gucci pastor? He looks really sick. He hasn’t posted since April 2022”, @AkwariCharles wrote.

In one of the replies, a respondent claimed that the man of God was ill but getting back in shape.

“He was sick for a short period of time but he’s fully healthy now. Just trying to regain his weight back”, the tweep noted.

However, a cross-section of social media users suggests Fatoyinbo might have been down with stroke or cancer.

Confirming the Netizens comments about his present wellbeing, She tweeted:

PASTOR BIODUN FATOYINBO OF @cozaglobal He has lost weight and recovering gradually from a partial stroke. His appearance sparked concerns among Nigerians.

Recall, the pastor was in the news in recent years after Busola, wife of music star, Timi Dakolo, accused him of sexual assault.

Busola dragged Fatoyinbo to an FCT High Court for allegedly raping her on different occasions when she was a teenager about two decades ago.

Through her lawyer, Pelumi Olajengbesi, she argued that the lawsuit “is predicated on a continuing injury which I have continued to suffer over a long period of time”.

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