‘Please Forgive Me,’ Dunamis Church Celebrity Apologizes for Seeking Aid

Vera Anyim, known for her contentious testimony at Dunamis International Gospel Centre in Abuja, has issued a public apology for requesting financial help from Nigerians to secure housing.

Beyond Boders recalls that Anyim gained attention after her viral video last Thursday where she labeled herself a “celebrity” and appealed for assistance in finding new accommodation.

However, her plea sparked criticism from many Nigerians, leading to backlash against her.

Responding to online criticisms, Anyim took to her Facebook page on Sunday to express regret, citing concerns for her safety and fear of being kidnapped due to rumours of receiving large sums of money from Port Harcourt.

She wrote, “I’m sorry for seeking public support regarding my accommodation it was because I wasn’t feeling safe and the fear of being kidnapped because everyone around thought I was given plenty money from Port Harcourt and this whole thing I wasn’t ready for it. I didn’t force anyone, please forgive me.”

Recalling her previous fame, Anyim’s testimony at Dunamis became a sensation when Pastor Enenche interrupted her, questioning the authenticity of her law degree from the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN).

This incident sparked a debate on social media, with some demanding an apology from Pastor Enenche, while others supported his skepticism.

In response, the church apologized to Anyim, clarifying that Pastor Enenche’s actions aimed to uphold standards of excellence and integrity within the church community.

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