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Bishop Oyedepo Is My Uncle—Lagos Nurtw Topshot

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Lagos State National Union Of Road Transport Workers TopShot, Koko Zaria also known as Otunba Zargarza has come out to say that the respected clergy, Bishop David Olaniyi Oyedepo is his Uncle.

According to City People Magazine, the radical Nurtw Don who’s real name are Ganiu Amos Oyedepo hails from Omu Aran in kwara state. Koko Zaria’s father, Late Justice Oyedepo shares the same parents with Winners Chapel General Oversea Bishop Oyedepo. He was born a christian and named Amos but his mum been a staunch muslim influenced him a lot and he soon became the only muslim amongst his siblings, he had also been to the holy pilgrimage in Mecca.

The all white loving man says he loves white because it always comes out nice an not because he belong to any cult.

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