#EndSARS protesters who are Muslims today observed their Juma’at prayers at Lekki toll gate and Lagos State House of Assembly road, Alausa respectively.
The protesters also observed the Friday prayers on the road in Abuja.
At the Juma’at service held at Governor’s road in Alausa, some Christian protesters watched on while others provided cover for the praying Muslims.
During the prayer session, other protest activities were suspended.
One of the worshippers at Alausa, Ismail Adam, said the imam preached about love and unity.
“The Imam spoke briefly about love and unity. He also encouraged us to persevere and pray for our leaders. We also prayed for Nigeria’s progress. After our prayers, everybody, including some Christians, chorused ‘aamin’,” Adam added.
According to the protest schedule released on Thursday, Christians are also expected to worship at their protest grounds on Sunday.
The schedule showed that the Sunday Service of DayStar’s Pastor Sam Adeyemi would be streamed live at Lekki toll gate.