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Monday, January 03, 2022

Nigerian Pastor Fatoyinbo Says Hustling Is A Curse..

Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo of Commonwealth of Zion Assembly, popularly known as COZA, has alleged that it is difficult for Igbos to donate money to the church despite their claim of believing in God.








Speaking during a sermon at his church in Abuja, Fatoyinbo, however, said they have large hearts but do things at their will.

According to the popular preacher, who said that hustling is a curse, some persons find it difficult to give because of how much they hustled to get the money.

He said, “The Igbo believe in God. It takes God for an Igbo guy to give. They have a large heart but -they believe you shouldn’t work their mind.

“Igbos are 90 per cent Christians but no megachurch. You need to tear backgrounds to enter some testimonies. No Church with a Yoruba pastor takes more Igbo songs than COZA. Hustle is a curse! Are you a hustler?

“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”.

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*Hmmmmmm what exactly does the word hustle represent? standing and preaching is also a hustle cos they make money from it..... Hustling is any day job one makes money from right?

Pastor abeg abeg abeg.....

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    1. What is he even saying.
      Because they decide to reason before giving now you have called them what I don't know

      Wo, this man rest

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    2. Bipolar

      Pastor Kanye Biodun West Fatoyinbo, you are the number hustler. Igbos are not that gullibles.

      Nwokem mechie onu.

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    3. Stella you even try to try and understand what he is saying. Me I couldn't make head or tail of it. I came to read comments to see of anybody will explain.

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  2. He didn't make any sense to me, pastor you are equally a hustler but you didnt realize that

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  3. The internet hasn't forgotten your doings.

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    1. We haven't forgotten oh. Pls remind him.

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  4. Side eyes at pastor KrestπŸ™„πŸ™„

    Gbam SDK,you have finish matter.

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  5. All these tribal and stereotypical preaching is not welcoming....Stop bullying people with giving.

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    1. I tire for him. Why attack a tribe? If the igbos leave his church enmasse can he sustain himself?

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  6. Ma’am, I think in this context, he means toiling and suffering to make money.

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    1. But we toil and suffer sometimes to make money...it also depends on what you mean by suffering which is objective. Waking up in the cold winter morning to hop on the bus or train for a 20mile journey to a factory where I pack frozen bacon, chicken and sausages can be termed as suffering...but at least it pays my bills and gets me through Uni while I await a better job, with the means to get a car, so I do not have wait to catch the bus or train in the cold, winter mornings and nights(sic).

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  7. Pastor abeg abeg abeg got me choking with laughter. Stella o. I have always said we need to redefine the word "hustle".

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  8. I don't know the angle this man is really dishing out his word but it's good to learn.

    Hustle has different meaning.

    HUSTLE : mean illicit, doing things illegally to get money.

    It also mean to push roughly.

    HUSTLE: also mean an energetic action made towards achieving a goal.

    If a lady says, should we hustle for few euro or naira( if you are a scholar, u might tend to ask few questions because the word hustle goes alongside with prostitution.


    Anyone with other idea can help us out

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    1. I don't understand your shalaye I swear.

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    2. What are you saying sir? Don't scatter my head biko

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    3. Mark Morgan, what is difficult for you to understand in what pinky wrote? Abi you need to go back to school ni?

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    4. Oh my God .what I wrote up there is easy to comprehend and if u think my knowledge is not reliable, please consult your dictionary.

      I might not be good at write English that much but you can't push me back when it comes to vocabs.


      I remain loyal

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    5. Correct. Hustle originally was not used to define legitimate work.

      So describing one's self as a hustler could be self indicting πŸ˜‘πŸ˜‘

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    6. Abionah I really do need to go back o. Any recommendations??

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    7. Real shalaye. You could see from your definition that it can be positive or negative. What's the point of the definitions?
      If you want to believe the pastor was referring to the negative type of hustle (which I don't believe he was), why then would he want them to give him their ill gotten wealth?

      Yes, Igbos are hustlers. No one will dispute they work hard to make a living. Go to main market and see how hard these young men work. He expects them to hand over their toil and sweat because he claims he is a " man of God" so he can buy more cars and jets while they slap the streets in leggedese Benz? Most Igbos are also Catholics so let him keep trying to lure them. From his youth gathering in Ibadan to a Mega church in Abuja, who is the hustler? Nonsense.

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  9. Non sense. What has tribe got to do with giving? Saying his Church plays more Igbo songs is segregation. He should do what he called himself to do and that is preach and leave people alone whether they give or not. It should not be by force.

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  10. Honestly, covid open a lot of people eyes concerning these men of God money no dey enter like before againπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ

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  11. Mr robust reply

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    1. Why are you people like this?😭😭😭

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  13. My people perish for lack of knowledge. We still waiting on the robust response oo

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  14. They should give you money,so that you can use it to purchase GUCCI bag and display on Instagram, right? Ifo di....diii

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    1. Don't mind him, an Igbo man will leave his village people and gift him bundles of money he'll use to buy Gucci shoes worth N250,000 for his 15year old daughter when the Umuadas have not finished receiving cash gifts.
      Come and take it na.

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  15. See him, he feels he has been forgotten. So you wan whine mouth reach igbos abi? Uncle krest ambassador we don hear. Igbos work for their money and spend how they deem it fit and can't be cadoled by krest sweetened mouth to do against the will of God. So far you work, you are hustling. Abeg shift one corner. Whats your job again?

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  16. Haahaahaahaa....get set for awon yigbos

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  17. Pastor Krest/7up, I trust the Igbos to come for you.
    "...They have a large heart but -they believe you shouldn’t WORK THEIR MIND...." You've admitted to "working the minds" of your gullible members with this particular line you dropped dear pastor Krest.smh

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    1. I wondered about that particular statement as well. But his sheep are too blind to see what is right before their eyes; they will defend him to their last breath. Shebi one of them posted on SM that he was ready to follow Biodun to hell?

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    2. He is a motivational speaker now
      His sweet mouth no reach their pocket

      Oga pastor no be hustle you dey hustle ni?

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  18. Stella,you are on point✌🏻✌πŸ»πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

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  19. Which one is that we don't have a mega church kwa!πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

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    1. Lol. When Catholic and Anglican cathedrals full igbo villages He wan break monopoly and enter the 'markert". Only Obi Cubana build church for Oba sef.

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    2. Thank you o. He should go to a lot of Igbo villages and see their cathedrals. Then come back and tell me how the church in his village is.

      Then we can debate on whether Igbos give to God or not.

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  20. A na ako eri . Akuko Mike Ejeagha

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    1. Hahaha πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£

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  21. πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

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  22. Giving is not about tribe but about what a person knows. So it's not about the igbos.

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  23. Dis one no see money collect from his Igbo congregation and the tin dey pain am die.... U Neva start.

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    1. He hlobviousjy has few Igbo followers. Na advert to attract new customer base.

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  24. Who are the people still attending this man's church?? A pastor???

    God have mercy o!!!😭😭

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    1. Honestly i just wonder who are the people still attending that churchπŸ˜₯

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  25. So this one still calls himself pastor.robust answer still loading for years,krest issue yet to be addressed and he's still parading himself as a preacher.as for me oga no matter the angle your message is coming from,you are a hustler.

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  26. So says “Mr Gucci”, but when they hustle & by d end of January, u will demand, expect & accept their first fruit. No be me una go deceive again.

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  27. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣, I comment my reserve

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  28. According to dictionary. Hustle means getting money via illegal ways. what do I have to say again? maybe he is right

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  29. I feel sorry for people who go to this Man for prayers.

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  30. All the igbos for Abuja dey Catholic Church. You are free to relocate, sir.

    This reminds me of one guy in church on Sunday, as they called for second collection, the guy asked his friend 'abeg, you get N50 there'? Well dressed guy oo.

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    1. Your second paragraph πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£

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  31. Alex Izinyon jnr no dey give you enough money ni? You still want more money from more igbo people? You think they are mumus to fall for your nonsense abi? Manage with the puppets you already have. The average igbo person is smarter when it comes to finances & knows better than to invest in gucci-flaunting, Krest-abusing god of men

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  32. Lol looking for more money to buy Krest

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  33. Pastor you're a hustler too. What's your day job if you're not a hustler as well.

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  34. Igbos don't need a megachurch. Someone that was born in a manger need not a megachurch to dwell. Megachurches are neither a proof of God's presence nor a proof of spiritual superiority. They mostly only serve the Pastor's ego, bragging rights and all. We have enough megachurches, its time for megafactories and megahospitals. Hapu ndi Igbo aka.

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  35. This particular pastor is a joke and he knows it.

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  36. The same igbos that build cathedrals and give it back to the church this man is not okay

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    1. Thats the reigning thing in the east now, build a home church or a fully furnished Cathedral and donate it to your village.
      🀸🀸🀸🀸

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    2. all na wash. build cathedral and still not born again you will still end up in hell fire..

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    3. 15:24 you will be surprised you will be the first in hell fire.

      Go and read about the Roman centurion that built synagogue for the Jews and they told Jesus Christ about it when the Centurion"s servant needed healing.

      You can also read about Cornelius who was also a Roman centurion that gave much alms and prayed 3 times a day.
      Jesus Christ himself sent Apostle Peter to go and preach the gospel to Cornelius and his whole kinsmen so they could make heaven.

      GOD SEES & JUDGES THE HEART.

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  37. Well, I beg to disagree though. Most Igbos are Catholics and Anglicans and haven't really welcomed the other side.
    Come to the East and see the Cathedrals individuals are singlehandedly building, aside the general contributions done for the work of the gospel.
    Igbos are just wise enough not to put their money into private businesses, and give appropriately when it demands because most Igbos are business men before y'all wreck or take advantage of them.
    In fact, it's wrong to assume Igbos don't give. In fact, on a general note, I haven't seen a tribe that gives to the gospel like the Igbos. Giving to the gospel isn't about money. Y'all have really turned this gospel thing into Money talks. I spent time in the North and I can say most Catholic Churches and even other Churches aside the natives Churches like ECWA domiciled in the north were built from the contributions of Igbos who are usually the largest tribe in number. Alot of young Igbo men are priests, same with their daughters who are reverend sisters, and brothers. They evangelise where people won't even step their feet. Lots of mission work going on. This is the greatest contribution.✅

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    1. Nekwa! πŸ˜‰πŸ€—
      One keg of chilled palmwine and a Calabash of roasted beef for you Dr Uloko.

      Birikwe nwannaaaa πŸ‘

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    2. They evangelise where people won't even step their feet. - You said it all, holy obedience, not for show.

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    3. Your tuition fees no waste.

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    4. Dr. Uloko, you spoke the truth! πŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎ

      True gospel involves a lot of sacrifice not money-mongering or motivational talks.

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  38. Biodun Fatoyinbo, I AM IGBO and thoroughly scolded my nephew 4 years ago to stop attending your COZA when he mentioned you used to send a bus to Law School, Abuja to ferry them to your COZA.

    Like a sensible IGBO SON, HE STOPPED attending and it wasn't long before your shenanigans burst open.

    We, NDI IGBO are raised well in our Roman Catholic, Anglican, Presbyterian and Methodist Churches. We start from childhood to attend Catechism, Sunday Schools and do Cofirmation into the Body of Christ and start taking Holy Communion.
    When we get born-again, it is right in our home churches and if we choose to attend any other church, we are careful not to fall for the ones with wolves in sheep's skin.

    Everyone cannot wake up and claim to be called - by which God.
    The God I know set things in order even from the day He called Abraham. It's not all this people claiming to be men of God everywhere like mechanics without spanners we see all over the place.

    We cannot have our IGBO children blown about by every wind of the doctrine.
    A lot of lizards lay on their stomach and we don't know the one that has bellyache.


    You cannot be more Catholic than the Pope.

    We, NDI IGBO cannot be CONNED of our hard-earned money.
    If you are looking for *EGO NDI IGBO*, 'a-sorrrr....!' efe adurooo!

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  39. But he is also hustling na πŸ˜‚

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  40. Pastor "who dash monkey banana" don drop quote again

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  41. Ethnicity and religion is wats killing Nigeria.pastor pls facefront.and stop with all this.am a proud Hustler I don't steal,I don't kill I don't runs,I don't force pple to contribute by calling their ethnic grp out.as a man of God,u should know better.dont let d devil speak Tru u pls.be guided

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  42. Igbo man want to see what his money is being used for. Who will give a hustler money when the hustler is wearing N250k Gucci shoes. A normal Igbo businessman will not wear such shoe. So they believe you are a thief and a conman to be expecting pay out from them. It doesn't help that your kind of doctrine is on every street corner in Nigeria where most pastors called themselves.

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