We need justice, Oyedepo’s wife marks #EndSARS 1st anniversary

Faith Oyedepo, wife of the founder of Living Faith Church Worldwide Bishop David Oyedepo, on Wednesday marked the first anniversary of the #EndSARS protest against police brutality and bad governance.

In an Instagram post, she called for prayer and justice for those who lost their lives during the protests last year.

“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,” Mrs Oyedepo wrote.

Youths led by singer Falz and comedian-actor Mr Macaroni held a car procession at Lekki toll gate in Lagos, the epicentre of the protests.

Protests were also held in Abuja and led by former presidential candidate Omoyele Sowore and activist Deji Adeyanju.

#EndSARS memorial protest was also held in Ibadan.