APC Writes Open Letter To Pastor Sam Adeyemi
Pastor Sam Adeyemi
An open letter written by an nameless supply has been shared by The All Progressives Congress (APC) to Daystar Christian Heart senior Pastor, Sam Adeyemi.
That is coming after the pastor questioned why he was sued by a Nigerian for his participation within the current #EndSARS protest.
Sam Adeyemi had reacted to the go well with filed by activist Kenechukwu Okeke by way of a tweet saying, “Who despatched this man to file this frivolous lawsuit?”
Reacting to the clergyman’s query, the APC shared the under open letter to him;
“With all due respect sir, asking a unnecessary query right now is totally beneath you, and I’m dissatisfied.
When a citizen has exercised his proper to sue you and different individuals he believes are instrumental to the injury of his properties, as a pastor how are you going to be seen attacking a sufferer?
As somebody all of us respect, you shouldn’t get your self concerned within the EndSARS propaganda. I count on that you’ll, by now, be enjoying the function of guaranteeing peace reigns and the federal government assembly the calls for of the youths.
A tweet of that nature shouldn’t be accountable and doesn’t match the character you venture. Being a pastor doesn’t excuse you from answering to the court docket of legislation.
We must always be taught to take care of points accordingly and appropriately. By now, everyone knows it’s straightforward to unravel who’s behind who and what on this new media age.
Pastor Adeyemi, if it bothers you that a lot, yow will discover this out in lower than 24hours. However in my view, there are extra urgent inquiries to be requested.
We can’t afford for individuals such as you to additionally lose focus. PLEASE SIR, DONT JOIN THE FRAY!
Nigeria must be SAVED. Thanks, sir”.
An Open Letter to Pastor Sam Adeyemi:
With all due respect sir, asking a unnecessary query right now is totally beneath you and i’m dissapointed. https://t.co/Okay50Iq0iiw8
— APC Nigeria Assist (@APCNigeria) November 11, 2020