Dunamis speaks on burning traders goods in Abuja

Dunamis International Gospel Centre has reacted to a video which shows traders protesting with claims that the Church allegedly destroyed their wares.

Dunamis speaks on burning traders goods in Abuja


According to a pastor of the church, Victor Stephen, the video is a malicious propaganda aimed at tarnishing the image of the Church.

In a statement released, the pastor claims the Dunamis had nothing to do with the destruction of the wares of the traders some of whom he claims are sponsored by Church.

Read statement below.

“My name is Pastor Victor Stephen, Head, Central Admin of Dunamis Int’l Gospel Centre.

Our attention has been drawn to a video clip circulating the cyber space concerning Traders’ properties being burnt down by Dunamis Church at the New Headquarters.
We wish to state, though with dismay, that the Church, Dunamis was not responsible for that kind of act and can never be. Dunamis is geared towards the restoration of human lives and destinies and can never be associated with such heinous acts to indigent persons.

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It is also worthy of note that some Traders selling outside the Church Premises were empowered by the Church as part of our Corporate Social Responsibility to setup their own businesses. It would therefore be mischievous for anyone to assume that Dunamis would authorize such an act.
Please disregard this malicious propaganda, Dunamis is not responsible.

Thank you and God bless you.”

Lailaijeoma

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  1. Give a dog a bad name because u want to kill the dog. God is with His church. Propaganda from the pit of hell.

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