WATCH: ‘BSc in Law’ – Pastor Paul Enenche Calls Out Lady for Sharing ‘Fake Testimony’

On Sunday, Paul Enenche, head pastor of Dunamis International Gospel Centre (DIGC), criticized a woman for presenting a “false testimony”.

The DIGC’s video of confronting a woman during her testimony went popular on social media.

The lady had taken to the altar to speak about how she became the first graduate in her family. She also thanked God for allowing her to graduate with a “Law degree from the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN)”.

She described how spiritual powers blocked her and her siblings from attending university, and how she conquered them.

Enenche, on the other hand, asked the lady what degree she graduated with, and she responded “Law”. The clergyman then asked what kind of “Law degree” she had, to which she replied “BSc in Law”.

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

“Your testimony is a lie. There is nothing like a BSc in Law. Please go back to your seat. Bsc in Law. Is that how lawyers speak English?” the cleric asked rhetorically.

“Please, anybody who comes to this altar to share a testimony that is not true, you do it at the risk of yourself.

“We are not playing here. We are not faking anything here.”


The video has been widely shared on social media platforms, with individuals expressing differing perspectives.

NOUN held its 13th convocation on Saturday. The convocation ceremony witnessed 22,175 students graduate from NOUN’s 120 study centres throughout Nigeria.

15,768 graduates earned undergraduate degrees, while 6,407 acquired postgraduate certificates.

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