Paul Enenche Accuses Vera Anyim of False Testimony, Render Apology after Public Criticism

Enenche and Vera

The woman accused of false testimony, says no grudges against Dunamis Gospel church and the man of God.

Vera Anyim on Sunday 14th April was accused of giving false testimony at the Dunamis International Gospel Centre, Abuja (Glory Dome) during Sunday service.

A video that went viral on Sunday showed the church’s Senior Pastor, Paul Enenche, questioning the credibility of the woman’s testimony at church headquarters in Abuja.

The woman, who claimed to have graduated with a “Bsc in Law” from the National Open University of Nigeria, was interrupted by Enenche, who accused her of lying.

He told her she didn’t sound like a Law graduate, going by how she spoke. He also told her that there is nothing like a “Bsc in Law” and demanded that she leave the pulpit.

Dunamis Church Apologises to Vera accused of false testimony after Intense Pressure

After a meeting with the Pastors’, Vera said, I want to inform the whole world that I just had a warm meeting with my spiritual father and mother, Dr Paul Enenche, and Dr Becky Enenche.

I don’t have any grudge against the church or them. I remain committed to serving God as a member of Dunamis Church.

I am thankful for the concern of the public. I have put the situation at my back, and I have moved forward, and I want everybody to do the same.
Peace.

FOB reports that Vera who claimed she graduated from the National Open University of Nigerian, NOUN, after ten years, during a Live Sunday service in Dunamis Headquarters Abuja was accused by Pastor Enenche of lying or faking her testimony.

A video clip making the rounds on social media revealed how the senior pastor interrupted her testimony, saying she lied by claiming she had a BSc in law.

The internet was on Monday flooded with reactions from concerned Nigerians who asked the pastor to tender an apology to Vera, if truly her testimony was purely divine grace and graduated from the National Open University as a Law graduate.

The church has since apologized, saying the development was not intentional, and Vera has accepted the apology in good faith and she holds no grudges against the man of God or the church.

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