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End SARS: Order police to stop attacking protesters – Pastor Sam Adeyemi tells Nigerian govt

The Senior Pastor of Daystar Christian Centre, Sam Adeyemi on Tuesday referred to as on President Muhammadu Buhari to cease the police from attacking Nigerians protesting towards the Particular Anti-Theft Squad, SARS.

Adeyemi additionally referred to as on the Federal Government Council, FEC, members of the Nationwide Meeting and governors to make sure that the police cease attacking peaceable anti-SARS protesters.

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Law enforcement officials had used scorching water, shot dwell bullets and teargas within the bid to disperse anti-SARS protesters in Lagos and Abuja.

Nevertheless, Adeyemi in a sequence of tweets wrote: “Our pricey President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, members of the Federal Government Council, members of the Nationwide Meeting, our Governors, and all dad and mom. We now have an uncommon alternative with the #ENDSARS protests. #SARSMUSTEND

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“Many people in authorities had been protesting on the streets 26/27 years in the past after the annulment of a free and honest election. Some needed to escape out of Nigeria. Our heroic acts birthed this democratic dispensation to a big extent. The younger ones are solely persevering with the journey.

“It’s, subsequently, completely deplorable that we might lead a authorities below which the police would spray water, throw teargas and shoot at peaceable protesters. Please organize them to STOP THE ATTACK ON CITIZENS PROTESTING PEACEFULLY IMMEDIATELY. They need to quite shield them.”

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