The Senior Pastor of the Dunamis International Gospel Centre (Glory Dome), Abuja, Paul Enenche, has secretly laid off the Department of State Services lead agent of the church as a part of a plot to absolve the church of the continued detention of the 5 #BuhariMustGo protesters.
SaharaReporters learnt on Thursday that Enenche let go of the church’s DSS lead agent to cowl up the church’s involvement all alongside within the arrest and detention of the activists.
The activists, together with a blind church saxophonist, have now spent about two weeks within the DSS detention as households additionally fear about their welfare and medical care.
The detained activists are; Ben Manasseh, Emmanuel Larry, Samuel Gabriel, Anene Victor Udoka, and Henry Nwodo.
Last Sunday, the members of the family of the protesters had stormed the Glory Dome in Abuja to protest in opposition to the continued detention of their wards, however they had been additionally roundly harassed and molested by the safety brokers who had mobilised to the premises in giant numbers.
Two journalists with Punch Newspaper and Roots TV had additionally been arrested and whisked away by the DSS and the police to an unknown location earlier than they had been launched late on Sunday.
SaharaReporters learnt on Thursday that Pastor Enenche had taken a step additional to cowl up the church’s function within the arrest and detention of the protesters.
“Pastor Enenche in an attempt to cover up the involvement of the church in the matter has asked the lead DSS agent in the church, who the church used in handing them over to the DSS, to leave the church for now.
“Enenche also admitted to the church elders that approached him on the matter that he initially consented to handing them over to the DSS to show to the Buhari regime that he was opposed to the #BuhariMustGo campaign and to punish Sowore for negative reporting against his church,” a prime supply stated.
SaharaReporters had on July 9 reported that the 5 protesters dragged the church and the DSS to courtroom over their unlawful arrest, detention and violation of their human rights.
SaharaReporters had obtained the courtroom papers filed by the activists, bearing their names; Ben Manasseh, Emmanuel Larry, Samuel Gabriel, Anene Victor Udoka, and Henry Nwodo because the candidates.
The respondents are; the State Security Service, the Director-General of the SSS, the Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, and the Pastor-in-charge of the Dunamis International Gospel Centre, Pastor Paul Enenche.
The swimsuit is being heard on the Federal High Court of Nigeria; Abuja judicial division.
Human rights activist, Omoyele Sowore, who had additionally gone to the church in firm of fellow activist, Deji Adeyanju, shared the courtroom papers, noting that the 5 detained activists had sued the DSS and the church authorities over the violations of their human rights.
#FreeDunamis5 Five 5 activists carrying #BuhariMustGo Tshirts illegally detained by lawless DSS after they had been tortured and handed over by @DrPaulEnencheâs @DunamisGospel safety have sued the DSS and @DrPaulEnenche over violation of their rights! pic.twitter.com/mEaLLFLC8P
— Omoyele Sowore (@YeleSowore) July 8, 2021
SaharaReporters had final Tuesday reported that the DSS admitted that it was the Dunamis church which known as for the arrest of 5 human rights activists who wore the #BuhariMustGo T-Shirts to its church service two Sundays in the past.