BREAKING!! DSS Arrests Six People In Church For Wearing #BuhariMustGo T-Shirts
Six human rights activists were reportedly arrested by security guards at the Dunamis International Gospel Centre (Glory Dome) on Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport Road in Abuja for wearing #BuhariMustGo (Anti-President Muhammadu Buhari) T-shirts to the church.
According to accounts, roughly 10 activists went to the church to pray on Sunday morning, but some of them were unexpectedly gathered up and arrested by church security guards, who later handed them over to Department of State Services agents (DSS).
In a Hilux van and two power bikes, six protestors were taken away.
On the church grounds, the campaigners were manhandled and abused by DSS officers, who also took their cellphones.
“Security forces at Dunamis Gospel Church have arrested activists who wore #BuhariMustGo T-shirts to their church service,” a source stated.
“I was under the impression that Pastor Dr. Paul Enenche was talking about justice as well! A DSS Hilux van and two power cycles were used to transport the six protestors. God’s house is a disgrace!
“Around ten activists decided to wear their #BuhariMustGo T-shirts to Dunamis church. All first-timers were invited to come out for prayers, according to the church. With their fully displayed BuhariMustGo shirts, the patriotic folks heeded the loud call from the altar.
“On their way out of the church, they were quickly captured by church security and turned over to the DSS. Bravo to the brave campaigners for their ingenuity. If the activists had donned a shirt with the words “Sai Buhari,” I’m confident they would have become Pastor Enenche’s new best buddy.”
Similarly, in April, two middle-aged protestors, Larry Emmanuel and Anene Victor Udoka, were attacked by rowdy youngsters while pasting Buhari-Must-Go posters in Lokoja, the Kogi State capital.
The two youths were flogged, filmed, and brutalized by the enraged mob, according to SaharaReporters. They were later handed over to the police.
When the two demonstrators insisted on seeing their lawyer before providing a statement, the police interrogated them and imprisoned them, according to reports.
The protesters were mistreated and questioned by the mob before being flogged as the youngsters forced them to clean their painting of “Buhari Must Go” in several viral videos.
The court began the trial of the two campaigners on Thursday after they were granted bail after spending 78 days in custody.