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Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by lalasticlala(m): 9:51pm On Oct 27, 2020
1. Dear young citizen. It’s time for everyone to reflect. The massive destruction of properties in Lagos and other cities is so sad. Some want to blame you, but you must not buy that narrative. They know those that introduced violence. #ENDSARS

2. Those that looted and destroyed property are also not part of you. They are products of a system that does not value its youths and has left them with little or no hope. They are part of the reason you raised your voice against injustice and want a new Nigeria.

3. What you did in less than a week was a phenomenon. Let me share how I see it. You attracted a mass following across all sectors within a short time because your cause is noble. No sane person should fault your call for justice.

4. Leadership experts believed for a long time that the best way to motivate people to move is to give them a vision of the ideal future. But it has not always worked. People prefer status quo to change.

5. In recent times, they have come to realise that it sometimes works better to tell the story of people’s pain: their livable experiences. You got this right. You generated impetus and galvanised people to act focusing on police brutality.

6.You overcame things that have divided our country and frustrated it’s development including ethnicity and religion, and put up a united front. You practically shared love instead of our culture of prejudice. That was a breakthrough.

7.The power gap between the leader and the led is high in most developing countries. That gap is low in most developed countries. You crushed that gap. You ran an efficient system on a flat structure. Your model of leadership facilitates development.

8.Your flat leadership structure meant no one was dominating another. As leaders you took responsibility and served one another. You were accountable and transparent, announcing income and expenses daily. These have not been part of our leadership culture.

9.You provided “stomach infrastructure”, meeting the basic needs for food and water. You provided healthcare with ambulance services. Some even got free haircuts on the street. Your organization was efficient.

10. You got quick wins. A governor came to meet you on the street (I commend him for this). SARS was dissolved and the government agreed to your 5for5 demands (I commend government for these).

11. Continue to call for a stop to the looting and destruction. Take a deep breath. You created a mini new Nigeria. How do you take things forward and scale up? Please, stay strong online, own your narrative by all means and keep your discussions going. #ENDSARS

https://mobile.twitter.com/sam_adeyemi/status/1320428679638507520

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Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by starbuck(f): 9:53pm On Oct 27, 2020
We didn't do this for us cool

We did it for our kids born and unborn

We await for the new Nigeria ��

Kudos to the Soro Soke generation

We move ✊

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Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by Franzinni: 9:55pm On Oct 27, 2020
starbuck:
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Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by Nobody: 9:56pm On Oct 27, 2020
As simple as that, anyone with an opinion contrary to this should go and drink otapiapia.
God bless Sam Adeyemi.
Posterity will celebrate and remember you for your massive support.

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Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by Abatemtem(m): 9:56pm On Oct 27, 2020
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Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by gwanggaeto(m): 9:56pm On Oct 27, 2020
True Talk...They were never part of us in the first place...
#endsars

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Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by Wetopy(f): 9:56pm On Oct 27, 2020
Exactly! There were hoodlums the useless APC used to rig elections which they then abandoned. Those hoodlums were hungry so had to vent their anger on the people who nutured them.

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Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by stevebond007(m): 9:56pm On Oct 27, 2020
Thank you oooo.

The thugs they bred, did all dt.

On my protest ground, any sign of fracas like ds, everybody go chorus "No fighting,No fighting"

it was all peaceful, coordinated and carnival like.

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Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by MrBanner(m): 9:56pm On Oct 27, 2020
Every sensible person knows that. It's this devilish government and their paid agents that are trying so hard to change the narrative.

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Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by Nickshrapnel: 9:57pm On Oct 27, 2020
Shouldn’t martial law have been declared to curtail the looting?

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Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by DenreleDave(m): 9:57pm On Oct 27, 2020
undecided

See as people dey book space for there..

Nairaland is filled with corrupt fellow undecided
Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by quality01(m): 9:57pm On Oct 27, 2020
True talk pastor

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Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by Adewale1603(m): 9:57pm On Oct 27, 2020
on point

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Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by visijo(m): 9:57pm On Oct 27, 2020
Not getting a message the whole day from your partner is also a message.�

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Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by Adewale1603(m): 9:57pm On Oct 27, 2020
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Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by QuitNotice(m): 9:58pm On Oct 27, 2020
I started hating this man from the day I saw a video attributed to him online, where he preached that you shouldn't help one in distress, that it's god's responsibility in doing so, and that you 'frustrate' His efforts when you help, blah blah blah.

Oga keep kwayet. The only thing that can convince us about you is a video of you forecasting all these; not suddenly becoming a pundit

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Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by henry4991(m): 9:59pm On Oct 27, 2020
We Move
Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by TinubuGoQuench(f): 9:59pm On Oct 27, 2020
Paid agents will not like this

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Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by Abbeywondrous(m): 9:59pm On Oct 27, 2020
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Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by Neddstark: 9:59pm On Oct 27, 2020
Dear Pastor Sam

We all supported the Endsars movement untill it overstayed its welcome and needed to work with the government on the way forward.
Your protesters turned major roads into a carnival spot. Didn't you think they were disturbing other Nigerians? As at Monday over 100 major roads including interstate roads were blocked by youths in the name of Endsars. If you were a transporter, will you deem that as fair?
Also, those behind the protests wanted to use that opportunity to normalize the act of men screwing men.via the anüs. Hope you are cool with that too?
One thing I know is that even in the minds of 70% of Endsars supporters, people are glad things came back to normal. And for you not to think it will be hijacked means you haven't really taken a while to study the youth of this country. I mean the ones who don't go to your church.
2023 is not too far away, the youth force will bounce back stronger.

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Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by chlowi(f): 9:59pm On Oct 27, 2020
My new found Fav Nigerian pastor !

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Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by DropsMic(m): 9:59pm On Oct 27, 2020
Even the government knows this

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Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by Deefirm: 10:00pm On Oct 27, 2020
You have spoken well sir...may God continually increase you in wisdom to excel in all ramifications.

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Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by Emmyreal4: 10:00pm On Oct 27, 2020
TinubuGoQuench:
Tgcc
stop disgracing your family name undecided
Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by babyfaceafrica: 10:00pm On Oct 27, 2020
Super story
Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by kponkedenge(m): 10:00pm On Oct 27, 2020
It's funny how this government thinks they are smart by blaming the youths for all the atrocities.

Meanwhile during the early days of the peaceful protest, they hired thugs to attack the peaceful protesters and damage windscreen of motors packed along the road.

When that wasn't enough, they started shooting at unarmed protesters with police and soldiers doing their dirty work.

If anyone is to blame for the chaos, its the government.

And once more, the main goal of the protest which was to end SARS wasn't achieved because the government is not willing to do the right thing for the masses.... Evidence of a failed country and visionless leaders.

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Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by Nobody: 10:00pm On Oct 27, 2020
Even government knows this. The hoodlums that hijacked the protest were sent and paid by them..
Now that we even have a detective among the government, he can tell the government the difference between protesters and hoodlums

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Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by Emmyreal4: 10:00pm On Oct 27, 2020
DropsMic:
Yy
y for your stupidity
Re: Sam Adeyemi: Endsars Protesters Not Responsible For Destruction Of Property by Oxtonguy: 10:01pm On Oct 27, 2020
cheesy

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