#EndSARS Protesters hold Church service amidst fanfare

Tens of thousands of #EndSARS Protesters at Alausa Secretariat in Ikeja, Lagos on Sunday held congressional praise worship amidst fanfare.

The praise worship themed: “The Glory of the Latter House” featured praise worship, dance and prayer for the nation and against bad governance with the display of banners of different inscriptions by protesters.

The protesters were led in prayers by the popular comedian, Woli Agba and other protesters who took turn to rendered soul-lifting sermon amidst comic relieve and interlude of the national anthem and Christian songs.

In his sermon, Woli Agba described the protest which is in its tenth day as spiritual and ordained by God. He said, “God supports war in the bible. We are at spiritual war here against the oppression of our political leaders.

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Nigerian youth cannot be taken for granted. We need to pray against the brutality of the police and oppressive regime. Nigerians have “Soro Soke” and almighty God will answer our prayers. We cannot be gagged. Any oppressive regime must be quashed in Jesus name.

May God judge those militating against the progress of Nigerian youths. Nigerians must be free and our government must be forced to be responsible. This is the reality of this protest.”

Speaking to Tribune Online at the protest ground, one of the protesters, Akin expressed satisfaction over the attention and impact of the protest against police brutality and misgovernance gathered so far with the protest. He said, “Youths of Nigeria are no criminals. We don’t have guns but we have God. We have voices which we have lent to the world and gracefully we will be heard. We are a generation that cannot be silent.”

#EndSARS Protesters hold Church service



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#EndSARS Protesters hold Church service



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