Overseer of the Citadel Global Community Church, formerly known as Latter Rain Assembly, Pastor Tunde Bakare has said that the #EndSARS protest is only the beginning of the revolution set to flood the country.
Speaking during the State of the Nation Broadcast, Bakare stated that sticks and stones, bullets and whips cannot break the resilience residing in the heart of the youths.
He also stated that the government had failed in its responsibility of lifting the nation out of poverty and penury, and now the youths will change the status quo.
Tunde Bakare said, “Your bullets may drive them off the streets, but your bullets cannot pierce their spirits or puncture their resilience.
“Our overarching challenge is systemic governance failure which, over the decades, has worsened the living conditions of Nigerians. As a result, although the Special Anti-Robbery Squad has been disbanded, the spirit of SARS continues to prowl unchecked.
“For too long, the Nigerian people have been subjected to a less than desirable nation. For too long, the citizens of our country have been served insecurity, poverty and underdevelopment.
“For too long, our people have been denied access to the basic goods that make for a decent standard of living. We have been denied quality education, good healthcare, quality roads, access to electricity, and much more.”Photo Credit: Twitter