Paul Enenche, the senior pastor of Dunamis International Gospel Centre (DIGC), has attracted criticism on social media for accusing his member of sharing “fake testimony”.


On Sunday, a lady, identified as Vera Anyim, testified in front of the congregation how she became the first graduate in her family.

Anyim said despite the challenges, God made it possible for her to graduate with a “Law degree from the National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN)”.

Enenche, however, inquired what kind of “Law degree”, to which the lady answered “BSc in Law”.


The cleric immediately pointed out that there is no such thing as a “BSc in law” — casting doubt on her testimony.

The widely circulated video has also attracted a chorus of condemnation against Enenche.

This was after a Facebook post of Vera celebrating her convocation as a NOUN student went viral.


“And it came to pass yesterday 13th April being Saturday, 2024 at National Open University Abuja. Father, lam saying thank you for making me to Graduate from my Law programme. Congratulations to me once again. Two Celebrations just for me in this month of April my birthday. Ur too faithful to fail me. Friends join me nd thank fo all he has done for me,” she wrote on Saturday, the eve of the testimony.

Vera’s name was also spotted on the NOUN graduation list (number 2262).

While some Nigerians on X demanded an apology from Enenche, others argued that he should not have “embarrassed” her before the nearly 100,000-capacity church members.

Here are some of the reactions:




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