On Friday, August 6, 2021, a group of Muslim activists wore T-shirts with the slogan #BuhariMustGo during a Juma'at prayer at the Central Mosque Gwagwalada Area Council of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. The activists, who had earlier gathered at a mosque near Aguma Palace, later joined other Muslim faithful at the Central Mosque to observe the Juma'at prayer.
Photo Credit: SaharaReporters Many eyewitnesses who saw the six Muslim activists approach the Juma'at prayer ground on Friday were in awe seeing a group of defiant boys wearing t-shirts with the inscription "Buhari Must Go". They were left dumbfounded as they could not explain the reason behind the young boy's actions.
In what should have been an atmosphere of celebration today, the 61st anniversary of Nigeria as a country, some youths took to the streets to protest against the Buhari regime with placards and banners in their hands. Protesters chanted "Buhari must Go" and "Revolution Now" as they marched through Abuja's streets, holding placards with the words #BuharimustGo and #RevolutionNow.
1. Church Not Protest Ground - Pastor Enenche. The Senior Pastor in charge of Dunamis Church International Gospel Centre, Dr Paul Enenche has urged the public to understand that church is not a protest ground. According to Daily Post Nigeria, Paul Enenche made this known to the public while faulting activists who got arrested for wearing #BuhariMustGo T-shirt to his church.
Omoyele Sowore (Photo Credit: livetimes.ng) It was reported on Sunday that some persons were arrested by the Dunamis, Glory Dome Church, Security operatives in Abuja and they were subsequently handed over to the Department of State Services for an act they displaced during the church's Sunday service.
Civil society organisations stormed the Dunamis Church headquarters located in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, today, the 11th of July, 2021, to protest the arrest of five activists at the church last week. The activists were arrested by the church security officers and handed over to the Department of State Security for putting on the #BuhariMustGo t-shirts.
Photo Credit: Google Although many Nigerians continue to decry over the high level of insecurity in the country at the moment, the government has however continued to promise that things will get better soon. The All Progressive Congress-led federal government is making efforts to ensure that all campaign promises they made to Nigerians in 2015 and 2019 all come to reality before 2023.
According to Sahara Reporters, the DSS has admitted that it was the Dunamis Church that called for the arrest of five(5) human rights activist who wore #BuhariMustGo T-shirts to its church service last Sunday. The whereabouts of the arrested activist still remain unknown till today and their phones have been switched off according to report.
Weeks after some Christians were arrested at Dunamis Church in Abuja, a group of Muslim activists yesterday, Friday, dared security operatives and attended a Juma'at prayer at Central Mosque Gwagwalada Local Government Area, of Federal Capital Territory, in Abuja, wearing #BuhariMustGo T-Shirts. According to Sahara Reporters report, the Muslim activists earlier observed their prayers inside a mosque very close to Aguma palace, before they eventually joined other Muslims at the Central Mosque in Abuja, to observe the Juma'at prayer.
The Department of State Security Service (DSS) is yet to comply with the order issued on Monday by a Federal High Court in Abuja on the immediate release of five #BuhariMustGo activists, including a blind saxophonist, arrested at the Dunamis International Gospel Centre in Abuja.
Tension in Abuja over #BuhariMustGo protest at Dunamis church There is tension at the headquarters of Dunamis International Gospel Centre, Abuja over a planned #BuhariMustGo# protest by a group of youths led by convener of #RevolutionNow, Omoyele Sowore. Ten activists wearing #BuhariMustGo shirts were arrested last Sunday at the church by operatives of the Department for State Service.
Protesters have threatened to continue protesting at Dunamis Church in Abuja until five arrested #BuhariMustGo activists are released The leader of the protest, Oni Ayoyinka,said it on Sunday, in a statement titled, 'FreeDunamis5Now! '. The protesters went on to condemn the arrest of a PUNCH journalist, Mr. Solomon Odeniyi, by Security agents.
Our Church Is Not Into Politics, It Should Not Be Used As A Protest Ground -Dunamis Church Spokesman
It is no more news that some youths who wore shirts branded with the #BuhariMustGo inscription were arrested by men of the Department of State Security (DSS) at the Dunamis Church Headquarters, Glory Dome located at Airport road, Abuja on Sunday. The public became livid when this news hit the headlines while the Dunamis church got severe bashings as many felt the church management went too far in this episode.
The Department of the State Security Service (DSS) has finally released five activists who were apprehended at the Dunamis International Gospel Centre, Abuja. The five activists who were apprehended by the Security Operatives of the Department of State Security Service (DSS), spent 30 days in detention.
A group of Muslim activists on friday attended Juma'at prayer at the central mosque in Abuja wearing #Buharimustgo T-shirts. The activists who were earlier gathered at a mosque close to Aguda palace, later joined their mates to observe the Jumaat prayers at the central mosque in Abuja.
A group of Muslim activists on Friday attended a Juma'at prayer at the Central Mosque Gwagwalada Area Council of Federal Capital Territory Abuja, wearing T-Shirts with inscriptions #BuhariMustGo darling security agent. We could recall such happened at Dunamis International Gospel Centre (Glory Dome) on July 4.
Today’s Headlines: Sunday Igboho Drags Buhari To Court; “BuhariMustGo” Activist Sues Paul Enenche, DSS
Sunday Igboho Drags Buhari Govt To Court, Wants Aides Released Yoruba nation agitator, Chief Sunday Adeyemo, aka Sunday Igboho, has dragged the Muhammadu Buhari-led federal government before the Federal High Court in Abuja. Naija News reports that the Sunday Igboho is demanding the unconditional release of his aides arrested by operatives of the Department of State Services (DSS) at his house in the Soka area of Ibadan on July 1.
Omoyele Sowore, a well-known campaigner for the ouster of President Buhari, has said that the DSS has barred a lawyer from seeing the five people arrested for wearing the #BuhariMustGo Tshirts during the Church Service. In a statement, Sowore said the DSS had barred the lawyers representing the detainees from hearing their statements.
Opinion: To Prevent Another Protest In Lagos, Pst. Paul Enenche Should Consider Doing These 2 Things
Few minutes ago, it was revealed that TakeItBack movement are planning to embark on a protest in Dunamis Church In Lagos State If #BuhariMustGo Activists are not released. There are two things I feel the founder of Dunamis Church, Pst. Paul Enenche should consider doing else the protest might hold.
A human rights lawyer, Inibehe Effiong stated how the Department of State Services (DSS) refused to grant him access to the five activists in the custody of the secret police. The lawyer posted this on his social media handle on Wednesday, July 7, 2021.