The All Progressives Congress Presidential Campaign Council (APC PCC) has called on the Department of State Services DSS to apprehend and restrain the General Overseer of Dunamis Church, Paul Enenche, Dele Momodu, and Dino Melaye, over inciting comments made about the just concluded election.
The Special Adviser on Media and Strategic Communications for APC PCC, Dele Alake at a press conference on Monday in Abuja said: “We note with utmost concern those inciting comments and call to violence by some spokespersons for the opposition, especially those from the Peoples Democratic Party.
“We are particularly concerned and call on the State Security Services and the Nigeria Police Force to immediately restrain persons such as Dino Melaye, Dele Momodu, and a certain Pastor Paul Enenche of Dunamis Church from their clear call to violence.
How can a supposed man of God be issuing threats on the pulpit because the person he and his brother endorsed is not winning? How can you desecrate the sanctity of the pulpit on the altar of partisanship? That is an abomination.
Melaye’s tweet threatened violence, Momodu went on TV to announce a purported winner and Enenche’s hate speech from the pulpit violate every law of the land. They should not go scot-free.
The Christian community in this nation should even rise up to call him to order before the invitation by security agencies. We encourage the DSS to do their work by apprehending and restraining these people calling for violence to reduce the tension.”
Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, who also spoke at the press conference, slammed Pastor Enenche for the comments he made on the altar about the elections, describing him as a disgrace to the Pentecostal mission society.
He said: “I was invited by the DSS for a tweet I made. We are all aware of that. Therefore I see Eneche’s outburst as an insult to so many pastors, particularly Pentecostals like myself. That is because when this violence they are calling for begins, they will run away and leave hapless Nigerians to face it.”
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