It has been a thing of concern to some people why the Popular Pastor of Dunamis International Gospel Centre(Glory Dome), Pastor Paul Eneche allowed the arrest of six activists that wore T-shirts with #BuhariMustGo inscription to the church. While others remained silent, A human rights lawyer, gave his opinion about the matter.
The human rights lawyer, Inibehe Effiong on his Facebook page has bluntly stated that Dunamis International Gospel Centre has no legal right to arrest the activists who did not commit any known offence by law. He stated, "Nobody should be arrested without committing an offence known to law."
See What the lawyer wrote on his Facebook page.
Sahara Reporters had reported how the activists were rounded up after leaving the church premises and handed over to the operatives of Department of State Services(DSS).
See what someone said from the Sahara Reporters post, "Our Nigerian Pastors should follow the footsteps of this impeccable pastor ..."
We hope that this issue get resolved as soon as possible.
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