Oyedepo arrives at COZA’s 25th-anniversary celebration in a convoy of Rolls Royce

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Bishop David Oyedepo

On February 14th, Bishop David Oyedepo of Living Faith Church, also known as Winners Chapel, made a grand entrance at the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA) in a Rolls Royce.

His visit marked a special occasion – COZA’s 25th anniversary celebration. This was Oyedepo’s first visit to the church led by his spiritual son, Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo.

Dressed in his customary white attire, Oyedepo joined COZA for a service filled with blessings and impartation. Bishop David Abioye, the first vice president of Living Faith Church, also graced the occasion, leading the Abuja branch known as Goshen City.

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Upon Oyedepo’s arrival, Fatoyinbo expressed his gratitude, reflecting on how his childhood dreams had become reality. He shared his admiration for Oyedepo and his journey from being a young drummer at Winners Chapel to leading COZA.

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Bishop Oyedepo took to the podium to share his wisdom, and as a sign of respect, Fatoyinbo prostrated before him, receiving a warm embrace.

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As part of the anniversary festivities, COZA organized a charity event, distributing food items, clothes, and shoes to those in need. The celebrations continued with a joyous praise party led by renowned gospel artists Mercy Chinwo, Adeyinka Alaseyori, and Lilian Nneji.

In a testament to his resilience, Fatoyinbo, who faced health challenges in 2022, has since recovered and resumed his preaching duties, continuing to inspire his congregation.

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