Nigerians Ask Pastor Enenche to Apologise to Lady He Accused of ‘Fake Testimony’

Paul Enenche, lead pastor of Dunamis International Gospel Centre (DIGC), has faced fire on social media for accusing a member of spreading “fake testimony“.

On Sunday, Vera Anyim, the first graduate in her family, shared her story with the audience.

Anyim stated that despite the difficulties, God enabled her to graduate with a “Law degree from the National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN)”.

Enenche, on the other hand, enquired about the type of “Law degree” to which the lady replied “BSc in Law”.

The clergyman promptly pointed out that a “BSc in law” does not exist, calling her evidence into question.

The widely disseminated video has also resulted in a chorus of censure for Enenche.

Vera’s Facebook post celebrating her convocation as a NOUN student went viral.

“And that happened yesterday, Saturday, April 13, 2024, at the National Open University in Abuja. Father, I’d like to thank you for allowing me to graduate from my law program. Congratulations to me once more. In honor of my birthday in April, there will be two celebrations. You’re too faithful to let me down. Friends join me and thank him for everything he has done for me,” she wrote on Saturday, the eve of the testimony.

Vera’s name was found on the NOUN graduation list (number 2262).

While several Nigerians on X demanded an apology from Enenche, others claimed that he shouldn’t have “embarrassed” her in front of the roughly 100,000-person church.

Here are a few reactions:


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