Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo Biography- Founder of Commonwealth of Zion Assembly COZA
Pastor Biodun Fatoyibo is a well respected and celebrated man of God, who has spread the gosple of Christ over the years with a touch of excellent, He is known as the founder of Commonwealth of Zion Assembly COZA, which is known for her excellent and global mandate.
Pastor Biodun and Pastor Modele Fatoyinbo, a Co-Senior Pastor of COZA, tied the knot on January 29 and are blessed with three children
Pstor Biodun is a full blood Nigerian, who was born in Kwara State, Nigeria,on January 1, 1976, He had all his youthful days in Kwara state, from primary to secondary and also graduated from the University of Ilorin, although he was rusticated from the University of Ilorin when he was at the 300 level for participating in cult-related activities on the campus.
After further investigation, the university concluded that it did not possess any records of Pastor Biodun attending the institution, which led to a video of him going viral on social media in the year 2017. Afterwards, it was reported that he confirmed the substance of the film, which stated that he had previously served as the top priest of the Black axe confraternity, which ultimately resulted in the termination of his studentship. After some time had passed, Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo decided to return to school and eventually earned his degree from the University of Benin.
Ilorin, Kwara State was the location where Pastor Biodun’s COZA was initially established as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) in the year 1999. At the time, the congregation consisted of only four pastors. Since then, the church has expanded into a megachurch, boasting more than 20,000 members and an ever-present online fellowship that continues to develop.
The church began its expansion by establishing four additional campuses, beginning with the Lagos campus in 2012, followed by the Port Harcourt site in 2016, the Abuja campus in 2008, and finally the Dubai campus in the United Arab Emirates in 2017. In addition, the church was responsible for the formation of a musical group known as the Gratitude Music Band, who went on to win the UK Gospel Touch Music due to the success of their tune “Raba Raba Eh.”