Wednesday, November 29

Igbos are stingy: Pst. Fatoyinbo exposes Igbo church members

Igbos are stingy – Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo, COZA

Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo, the founder of Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA), has asserted that it is difficult for Igbos to send money to the church. Categorically stating that Igbos are stingy.

The controversial preacher remarked during a sermon that while they claim to trust in God, they simply give money out when they want to.

They have a big heart, he said, but they don’t want anyone working their minds for money.

According to Fatoyinbo, some people find it difficult to give money away because of how hard they worked to obtain it.

Igbos are stingy
Igbos are stingy


“The Igbo have a strong faith in God. For an Igbo man to give, it takes God. They have a big heart, but they don’t believe in using their minds,” he explained.

“Igbos are 90% Christians, but there are no megachurches.” To enter some testimony, you’ll need to tear up some backgrounds. COZA takes more Igbo tunes than any other church with a Yoruba pastor. Hustle is a blight! Are you a hustler by nature?

“Some people find it hard to give because they hustled to get that money. In the name of Jesus, hustle has ceased in your life”.

COZA was birthed over Twenty-Two years ago in the city of Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria, The Commonwealth of Zion Assembly has touched countless lives across the nations of the world. The church has grown by leaps and bounds with a combined membership of tens of thousands in all her Campuses and eChurch globally. The church cuts across people from diverse backgrounds, multiple ethnicities and professions. The Senior Pastors, Rev. Biodun and Pastor Modele Fatoyinbo, are seasoned ministers of the gospel with a heart for God’s people and a passion for national transformation.



To raise a TAKEOVER GENERATION who will take over in every sphere, system and sector, not taking sides but spear-heading new frontiers in spirituality and excellence while spreading abroad through prosperity.



To make disciples of all nations, reaching the unchurched who will re-establish God’s kingdom on earth and to inform the nations adequately.



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