There was chaos this morning around the headquarters of the Dunamis Church Abuja as the petty trader who own kiosks where drinks and snacks are sold met their wares completely burnt to ashes.
Naija News learnt that the head pastor, Paul Enenche had told the church security to inform the traders to leave the front of the premises saying that their stalls are an embarrassment to the magnificent edifice.
The traders who had pleaded with the security to let them sell their wares as they had customers who are members of the church stating that this is the only way for them to make money and feed their families, the church has thousands in its membership and the petty traders made huge sales. They thought in their hearts that the church will have mercy on them and let them continue their business.
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According to the protesting traders, they were warned a day before that their goods would be burnt if they did not move.
“They told us yesterday say them go burn am,” one trader said.
“This is wickedness in the highest order,” another said.
As they revolted, security forces stood around and tried to prevent them from getting into the church to register their displeasure.
The petty traders arrived at their kiosks this morning only to realize that it had been deliberately burnt, the kiosks didn’t have electricity connected to them so they concluded that the fire was lit on their kiosks to send them away from trading near the church.
Reacting to the report, outspoken OAP, Daddy Freeze questioned if Paul Enenche is really a Christian. He wrote;
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Guys, please let’s be honest, is this fair? Is this right? – Is Paul Enenche really a Christian? Is Dunamis a Church? #JustAsking – ◄ Proverbs 17:5 ► New International Version Whoever mocks the poor shows contempt for their Maker; whoever gloats over disaster will not go unpunished. – ◄ Proverbs 14:31 ► New International Version Whoever oppresses the poor shows contempt for their Maker, but whoever is kind to the needy honors God.