Six human rights activists have allegedly been arrest in a church in Abuja by Operatives of the Department of State Services (DSS) for wearing #BuhariMustGO T-Shirts.
The arrest reportedly took place at Dunamis International Gospel Centre, Abuja.
According to SaharaReporters, about 10 activists went to the church on Sunday morning to worship but some of them were surprisingly rounded up and arrested by the church security guards who later handed them over to the DSS.
Six of the activists were subsequently whisked away in a Hilux van and two power bikes.
The activists were manhandled and beaten by the DSS operatives in the church premises, who also seized their mobile phones.
A source said: “About 10 activists decided to attend Dunamis church in their #BuhariMustGo T-shirts. The church asked all first-timers to come out for prayers. The patriotic citizens obeyed the clarion call from the altar with their fully displayed BuhariMustGo shirts.
“They were immediately apprehended by the church security on their way out of the church and subsequently handed to the DSS.
“I thought Pastor Dr Paul Enenche was also preaching about justice! The six activists were driven away in a DSS Hilux van and two power bikes.
“Kudos to the courageous activists for this creativity. I’m certain if the activists had worn a shirt with the inscription ‘Sai Buhari’, they would have ranked as Pastor Enenche’s new best friend.”