- A team from the United States Commission for International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) was in Abuja, the capital of Nigeria.
- Commission delegates visited the Paul Eneche, senior pastor of the Dunamis International Gospel Centre, in the Glory Dome
- Members of USCIFR, led by their commissioner, Frederick Davie, commended the pastor for all that God is doing in his ministry
A delegation from the United States Commission for International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) paid a courtesy visit to The Glory Dome on Tuesday, June 7th of the Dunamis International Gospel Centre.
The delegations’ visit comes four days after an attack by some armed men on the Catholic Church of St. Francis Xavier in Owo, Ondo State Sunday 5 May June.
The attack led by the yet to be identified armed men to killing over 20 believers while several other rs suffered varying degrees of injuries.
Headed by its commissioner Frederick Davie and accompanied by Zachary Udin, researcher, Madeline Velturo, policy analyst , and Mr. Daniel Rhema, Policy Officer, The delegation was led through the church auditorium.
Other locations visited by the team included the Rose of Sharon Parks and Gardens to Destiny Christian Academy.
The team was led through the 100,000-seat auditorium by Pastor Paul Enenche and his wife Becky.
Also inspired by the gigantic facility, the delegation said they were glad to see what God is using Eneche and his wife to do for people, especially Nigerians, through Dunamis Church.
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The call was made to the government by Benjamin Asogbuwa, a survivor of the attack on Owo Church by gunmen.
According to Asogbuwa, who was hit by a bullet, Sunday mass was beginning when they heard gunshots outside church building.
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The description of the incident was given by the governor of the state, Rotimi Akeredolu, on Sunday, June 5th.
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