‘Fake’ Testimony: Pastor Enenche Apologises to Veronica

After receiving backlash from Nigerians, Pastor Paul Enenche has apologised that he did not intend to embarrass the testifier, Ayim Veronica.

On April 14, a video went viral in which Veronica, a member of Dunamis International Gospel Centre testified about graduating with a “Bachelor of Law” degree from the Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) on April 13.

However, Enenche interrupted her during her testimony, claiming that there’s no such degree as a BSc in law, which ignited controversy on social media.

In his apology letter signed by his Personal Assistant, Sylvester Edoh,
the Pastor stated that the church’s actions were motivated by their aversion to dishonesty or mediocrity.

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According to Edoh, the church personally reached out to Veronica to address the issue.

The letter read:

A scenario was created on Sunday the 14th of April 2024 at the Glory Dome, the Global Headquarters of Dunamis International Gospel Centre, when Ms Anyim Veronica Nnenna came out to testify of how God helped her graduate from the University, thus making her the first person to attain that feat in her family.

“These were the immediate triggers for the said scenario: First, listening to the testifier’s expressions as it borders on basic spoken English, conveys the impression that the minimum standard expectation of a graduate, especially a graduate of Law was not met. Second, stating that she studied Law for 10 years begged the question of what her degree actually was.

“Third, she was unable to state exactly what the correct degree was for Law which is LLB, rather she said it was a BSc in Law which is largely unknown as a Law degree in Nigeria and possibly globally. These prompted the Senior Pastor, Dr. Paul Enenche to stop the testimony immediately as a product of a ‘lie.’

“However, relief came when it was later confirmed that she actually graduated from a university. It must be pointed out clearly here that embarrassing the testifier publicly with the attendant media frenzy was never intended; whatever happened was under the spur of the moment.

“The action of the Senior Pastor was rather based on his and the church’s aversion to seeming mediocrity and any appearance of untruth.

“While we remain resolute in our passion for excellence and intolerance of mediocrity and falsehood, we wish to reiterate the fact that no harm or hurt was ever intended by the Senior Pastor against Ms. Anyim Veronica.

“The Senior Pastor feels deeply concerned and has already reached out to her. As a Commission, we regret every inconvenience, hurt and embarrassment this unfortunate scenario has caused to Ms Anyim Veronica Nnenna.”

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