Archbishop Akinola in a recent interview opined that, "The secretary (of GAFCON) spoke with me recently and said that about 300 people have logged on to our website and registered. That is in addition to those that met in Jerusalem ."
The "sign on" is to the Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans (FOCA). So in five months since the GAFCON conference some three hundred people worldwide have found it of some value to sign on to GAFCON, whatever that means.
300? No great sign of the groundswell of support for GAFCON and its declarations, etc. 300 out of some 70 million seems pretty slim pickings.
FOCA is another shell in the shell game. The shells in motion give us the sense that GAFCON and others are interested in being a fellowship within the Anglican Communion. The prize is to take it over. Meanwhile the diversions continue so that we might be fooled.