Pastor Faith Oyedepo, wife of popular Nigerian clergyman, Bishop David Oyedepo, has taken to her official Instagram page to comment on the first year anniversary of the October 20th #EndSARS protest.
She bemoaned the fact that those involved in the massacre are yet to be brought to justice and appealed to Nigerians to pray for God to avenge those who were reportedly killed at the Lekki Toll gate.
Sharing a photo of the Nigerian Flag, she wrote,
“Waoh! One year has gone by since the Lekki Massacre occurred. Like Yesterday, the pains and horror of that fateful night are still fresh in our minds.
Sadly, justice is yet to be done and no one brought to book yet; plus, many more have been and are still being gruesomely treated! For this, let us stand in prayer, seeking justice and vengeance for all gruesomely murdered that day.
Therefore, we will lift our hands and cry out our hearts to the God of vengeance to avenge the blood of these innocent youths, bring to book every culprit involved in the massacre and every prayer made for this cause will be answered speedily in Jesus name, amen.
See her post below,
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