Following the release of new photos taken in the UK, Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo’s followers from the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA) have expressed concern for his health.
On Friday, the church in Manchester’s Old Trafford posted images of Fatoyinbo, his wife Modele, and other churchgoers.
On November 27, the church will hold a unique Sunday service in the stadium’s Evolution Suite.
The post read, “Hello Manchester! We are live at Old Trafford making sure that you have a great time at The #COZAManchester Special Sunday Service.
“It’s going to be out of this World. Truly it will be awesome but your presence will add so much colour. Be there and we can’t wait to see you!”
Fatoyinbo was in Birmingham last week to inaugurate a new branch of the church on November 20.
Reports say the cleric, who has been accused of rape and sexual assault, suffered a stroke. His last Instagram post was in April.
A quick check check on his YouTube channel on Saturday morning showed he returned to the pulpit about three months ago after a few months of absence.
Some concerned members of the public have taken to social media to wish him well.