Nigerians on social media have expressed displeasure over the arrest and handing over of six people to the Nigerian secret police because they wore “BUHARI MUST GO” shirt to church service. Mr. Omoleye Sowore, publisher of Sahara Reporters and former presidential candidate, who break the news earlier today on his wall on social media, has been leading protest that Buhari should step-down for non performance and failing the masses since he lost election in 2019.
The Dumanis International Gospel Centre and Dr. Paul Enenche’s Public Relations team are claiming that they people wearing the “BUHARI MUST GO” shirt came into the church to disrupt the church service.
An eyewitness told NEWISSUES that the activists came to the church and even participated in the activities and as newcomers they were even given were even given packages which contain soft drinks and snack by the members of the church. Paul Enenche’s people later rounded up the protesters and informed the DSS who came to arrest them. Whereabouts of some of activists are unknown.
NEWISSUES cannot verify if Pastor Paul Enenche himself gave the other for the activists to be arrested and handed over to the DSS.
Nigerians online have been divided over the action of the church, with many angered by the church’s action. But many attacked Mr. Omoleye Sowore for asking his people to storm the church ground with their political activities.