Court Fixes August 8th To Rule On FG’s Request To Detain Sowore For 90 Days

Court Fixes August 8th To Rule On FG’s Request To Detain Sowore For 90 Days

A federal High Court sitting in Abuja, has fixed August 8, 2019, to look into a request by the Federal Government for an ex-parte order to keep convener of RevolutionNow movement, Omoyele Sowore, for at least 90 days.

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The human rights crusader was picked up in a Lagos hotel in the early hours of Saturday by operatives of the Department of State Services and has been kept in custody ever since despite growing calls for his immediate release.

The President Muhammadu Buhari administration had accused Sowore of committing a treasonable act for calling on Nigerians to pour out on the streets on August 5th, 2019 to protest against his government’s failure to improve the living conditions of Nigerians.

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Many of the protesters, who took to the streets in major cities across the country were met with harassment and arrest from security operatives.

In its application on Tuesday, the FG through the DSS in the ex parte application marked FHC/ABJ/CS/ 915/19, is seeking to detain Sowore beyond 48 hours as required by law.

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However, after listening to the motion which was moved by counsel for the DSS, G. O. Abadua, Justice Taiwo Taiwo said he needed time to watch the video clips attached to the motion.

He, accordingly adjourned ruling to Thursday, August 8th.

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