Bishop TD Jakes, the senior pastor of The Potter’s House, Dallas, USA, has joined the scores of notable personalities who have spoken up about the #EndSARS protest which is currently taking place in several states in Nigeria and across the world.
The revered cleric, in a tweet, quoted Martin Luther King Jnr while stressing that “Nigerian Lives Matter.”
He wrote: “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.” – Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. #EndSARS.”
His support for the campaign comes at a time when many religious leaders are also speaking up for a better life for Nigerians and the need for the Nigerian government to initiate necessary reforms in its police force and governance.
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TD Jakes chides Nigerian government, backs #EndSARS protest
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TD Jakes chides Nigerian government, backs #EndSARS Protest