Nigerians over the weekend took prayer walks across the country, seeking divine intervention as the #EndSARS protests continue.
From Lagos, Abuja Ogun State and other parts of Nigeria, Christians gathered to pray and called on God to heal the land.
The Christians, mostly youths, gathered at strategic points in various towns and cities, sang praises and worship to God.
In Minna, youths under the aegis of Coalition of Northern Group embarked on a peaceful protest to demand an end to insecurity in Nigeria.
In Rivers, youths in the converged at the Garrison Park in Port Harcourt Local Government Area to pray for Nigeria and against all forms of brutality by the now-disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).
Youths in Delta State mobilised themselves as they staged a prayer walk, calling on God to heal the nation.
They gathered at the Interbau roundabout in Asaba, walking and praying through the Nnebisi Road in the state capital.
In Imo State gathered at strategic locations in Owerri to pray for Nigeria under the theme Owerri Prayer Walk#OWERRI PRAYS.
Below are photos from the #EndSARS prayer walks across Nigeria:
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