Acknowledging the integrity of Pastor Sam Adeyemi, the Senior Pastor and founder of the Daystar Star Christian Center, Adekunle Gold stated that he was impressed with the preacher’s involvement in the campaign to end police brutality and the nuggets he shared pertaining to nation-building.
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The singer Adekunle Gold wrote;
‘Oloun, I for say Give Pastor Sam one cold beer but…’
Pastor Sam would give equally give a hilarious response to Gold’s offer. He made light of the situation with his reaction, urging Adekunle Gold not to lead him into temptation.
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Read his response;
‘Ah! AG. Lead us not into temptation o. How chilled is it? No, don’t worry. Thanks a lot!’
Social media users have since laughed at the heartwarming moment on the micro-blogging site, Twitter.
Equally important, Pastor Sam Adeyemi has eulogized the agitation for a modern Nigeria.
He admonished the #EndSARS protesters to use this rare opportunity to secure deep changes that will lead to Nigeria’s development.
Adeyemi urged the protesters to be peaceful and also participate in elections when the time comes. He tweeted;
1.Rarely does a generation have the opportunity to lead change as the one-handed the youths of Nigeria right now through #SARSMUSTEND. It cuts across the fault lines that divide Nigeria.
2.My dear young citizen, you must use this rare opportunity to secure deep changes that will lead to Nigeria’s development. The systems you confront are strategic and tactical. They may be steps ahead. You need to think long term and pace yourself.
3.Speak forcefully but peacefully. Don’t be provoked to violence. Don’t act somebody else’s script. Lightning has enough power to light a city, but it destroys because it has no structure. Shift gear into participation in the political process when the time comes soon.
4.The police officer causing you trauma is also dehumanised by the system. He is paid peanuts and forced to extort money to make his uniform, maintain operational vehicles and also retire some to bosses. Fight for him and his children.
5.The generation before yours had such an opportunity 26/27 years ago when the result of a free and fair election was annulled. The protests that ensued partly birthed the democracy we enjoy today. Remind elected leaders you’re only continuing the fight.
6. Some of you will be governors, senators, president, CEOs, etc., in 10 to 20 years. Hold the vision of a developed Nigeria in your heart. Commit to value human life, be honest, promote justice, serve with excellence, as well as cultivate leadership skills. God will help you. #ENDSARS
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