The Christian Association of Nigeria has responded to the supposed capture of #BuhariMustGoActivists in Dunamis International Gospel Center, Abuja.
DAILY POST reviews that a few young people as of late raged the congregation at Glory Dome Abuja, wearing #BuhariMustGo T-shirts and were captured by the Department of State Security Service, DSS.
The episode invigorated contention as certain activists including Omoyele Sowore demanded that they were rested by the congregation’s security and were given over to the mysterious police who whisked the adolescents to obscure destination.
But the congregation the board, in an articulation in this way, said the congregation had no hand in the capture, focusing on that they were grabbed by DSS outside the congregation’s premises.
The organizer and Senior Pastor of the congregation, Dr. Paul Enenche has been under boisterous ambushes from certain activists blaming him for supporting terrible administration which birthed the BuhariMustGo movement.
Reacting to the discussion, CAN, in a proclamation gave on Monday by its National General Secretary, Daramola Bade Joseph. Esq said “assaults on Dunamis ongodly, inadmissible and reprehensible.
CAN asked the patrons of the dissent to settle their complaints with the DSS and not the congregation saying, “scene for such a dissent shouldn’t be the congregation premises, a position of worship”.
“What occurred on that day was extraordinary throughout the entire existence of the Church in the country. At whatever point we direct temples to set out upon any serene dissent, inside and outside the congregation premises, we generally spread the word about it openly and we have never requested any gathering from individuals to join us.
“While we are approaching the concerned security office to deliver the individuals who are in its guardianship over the unlawful activities, on compassionate grounds, we are additionally cautioning any gathering of individuals against the further befouling of any of our holy places in the country,” the assertion added.