EndSARS: Pastor Sam Adeyemi speaks after man dragged him to court over protest

EndSARS: Pastor Sam Adeyemi speaks after man dragged him to court over protest

- Pastor Sam Adeyemi recently asked for the person who sent a man called Kenechukwu Okeke to file a lawsuit against him

- Okeke had dragged the pastor and 49 other celebrities to court over their involvement in the EndSARS issue

- Pastor Adeyemi described the lawsuit as frivolous

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Pastor Sam Adeyemi of the Daystar Christian Centre has reacted to the lawsuit against him by a Nigerian activist called Kenechukwu Okeke.

Okeke recently dragged 50 celebrities who were involved in the EndSARS protest to court, claiming that they conspired to cause fear and also disturbed the peace of the nation.

The self-acclaimed activist also noted that his properties were destroyed during the course of the protest.

Reacting to the court papers that have been circulating on social media, Pastor Sam asked for the person who sent Okeke to file the lawsuit which he described as frivolous.

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Yemi Alade, Davido, Tiwa Savage, Banky W, Paul Okoye, and Falz are some of the musicians whose names appeared in the court papers.

Other celebrities like comedian Taaooma, Uche Jombo, Tacha, Burna Boy, AY Makun, Don Jazzy among others were also listed in the papers.

Check out the list in Okeke's tweet below:

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Pastor Sam Adeyemi

EndSARS: Pastor Sam Adeyemi reacts to a lawsuit against him for his participation in the protest. Photo: Instagram/@thesamadeyemi
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Pastor Sam Adeyemi told churches to provide food for the people around them.

Adeyemi admonished other clergymen to assist the needy as the coronavirus pandemic made many families unable to feed.

Adeyemi's admonition to his colleagues earned him commendations from Nigerians many of whom have castigated churches for not stretching their 'hands' to the needy in the society, especially during the pandemic.

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Nuella Peters, one of those who commended the man of God, noted that some churches have even asked members to pay their offerings using online means at this critical time.

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