Femi Otedola, a Nigerian billionaire businessman, has reacted to the horrors that followed the #EndSARS protests in Nigeria.
The businessman sympathized with the Nigerians who lost their loved one during the #EndSARS protests and the Lekki shooting.
Otedola also recalled how a 16-year-old boy joined the “Ali Must Go” protest in 1978.
On the paternal side, the businessman called for peace and promised to support the Nigerians in need.
He wrote; “The horrors that took place in our country saddened me. I deeply sympathize with those who have lost loved ones.
“As a father, I share the feelings of my three daughters who protested in London and Lagos.
“As a 16-year-old boy, I participated in the 1978 Ali Must Go protest, so I understand the determination of our young people who rightly want our country to be a better country.
“We must all do our part to make Nigeria great! I will continue to do my part to ensure that those who need support most in our country during these difficult times. ”
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