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Nigerians demand apology from Pastor Paul Enenche after ‘fake testimony’ accusation against church member

Nigerians have called on the Senior Pastor of Dunamis International Gospel Centre, Abuja, Paul Enenche, to apologise to a member of his church for publicly accusing her of giving ‘fake testimony’ during a church service on Sunday.

The female member, Anyim Veronica Nnenna, was embarrassed and accused of dishonesty during the testimony session.

In a video that went viral on Sunday, April 14, the member mounted the pulpit to testify of how she successfully graduated with a “Bachelor of Law” degree from the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) on Saturday, April 13.

She claimed to be the first graduate in her family, stating that she obtained a BSc in law.

“I’m the first graduate in my family. My siblings did not get to tertiary institutions due to some reasons. I was supposed to study Law for five years at the National Open University of Nigeria. However, I encountered some challenges that made me have an extra year,” she said.

As she spoke, she was interrupted by Enenche, who openly pointed out “that the testimony is a lie, there’s no such degree as a BSc in law,” casting doubt on her testimony.

He also told her she didn’t sound like a Law graduate, going by how she spoke.

The pastor asked her to return to her seat stressing that anyone who comes to lie at the pulpit does so at their own risk.

He said: “We are not playing here, we are not faking anything here, when she started that testimony and she is talking law, I knew there was nothing like law, no matter how bad it is, it has not gotten to that level. She said she got a degree in law, what degree BSC?

“Is there any lawyer here who has a BSc in law?.

“lie testimony, come to stand on the altar to tell lies in the name of testimony, anyone who dares that does it at their detriment, comes to make it looks like the word of God is fake, that what God is doing is not real, you do it at the detriment of yourself, he said.

Checks by the Nation on NOUN’s website reveals that the institution offers a “Bachelor of Law” program.

Following the incident, social media users have discovered the woman’s Facebook page and photos confirming she graduated from NOUN.

Also, a list of graduates who participated in the convocation on Saturday included the lady’s name (Anyim Veronica Nnenna).

Credit: msn

My view: First and foremost, for crying out loud the woman is not English, she's an Igbo woman. So why must she be fluent in other peoples language. If pastor Paul says she is fake, I challenge the arrogant pastor to go and heal hundreds of sick Nigerians on admission in hospitals across the country. Also the Nigerian government should ban public testimonies in churches and they should start paying income tax because majority of the funky churches in Nigeria are simply for business, money making machine. Most of these pastors are not humble at all, well we all know who is fake, the woman or the pastor. When God doesn't judge us of our sins and still forgives us, so who is Paul Enenche to disgrace, shame and embarrass his church member. Nigerians stop worshiping pastors they are humans just like you. By the God used Paul Enenche to elevate the woman, because pastor Paul has not been humble and he was the one shamed for calling out his member.


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