Mr. Adokpa Samuel, a worker at Dunamis International Gospel Center, explained what happened at the church between “Buhari Must Go” protesters and the Dunamis church.
“Pastor Enenche was quick to discern a political set up by activist Omoleye Sowore at Dunamis International Gospel Centre, headquarters, Abuja, Sunday.” Adokpa Samuel wrote. “In an event that almost turned rowdy with the church security team, about ten young men who attended the church service on a customise T shirt bearing #Buharimustgo marched out for the altar call with a few video clip allegedly taken during the service ostensibly to portray the congregation as a protest ground with Pastor Enenche as patron.
“Omoleye Sowore was desperate to hijack a whole church meeting for cheap political score against the government and to this time to use Dunamis Church as his political theatre. However, opon discovering their intentions they were intercepted by the church security men around the gate of the church with incriminating video clips for Sowore to depict Dunamis as a protest ground. The young men were then detained by security team and later handed to the DSS for further interrogation.
“Sowore went to the social media to accuse the pastor of highhandedness snd insensitivity to the plight of Nigerians, just for refusing to be used.” Mr. Samuel explained.
From this narrative by a member of the church it was clear that Pastor Enenche himself ordered the arrest of the protesters and the decision to hand them over to the DSS.