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@YeleSowore, Others granted ridiculous Bail in Abuja, conditions met

@YeleSowore, Others granted ridiculous Bail in Abuja, conditions met

@YeleSowore, Others Arrive Abuja 
Court For Ruling On Bail Application.
Photo by Sahara Reporters

A magistrate court sitting in Wuse Zone 2, Abuja on Monday granted bail to Omoyele Sowore in the sum of ₦20 million with other conditions attached.

Omoleye who was the convener of “Revolution Now” Movement and Publisher of Sahara Reporters was granted bail.

Others granted bail are Peter Williams, Sanyaolu Juwon, Emmanuel Bulus and Damilare Adenola, they were all arrested on New Year’s eve during a "cross over with protest" and procession organised and led by Sowore.

The police had arraigned the five persons last Monday on a three-count charge bordering on conspiracy, unlawful assembly, and incitement.

Mabel Segun-Bello, the magistrate, had ordered that they be remanded at the Kuje correctional centre.

But last Tuesday, they were transferred to the Force Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department (FCIID) after Sowore reported that they were denied access to their healthcare, food, and water.

It is also worthy to note that all bail conditions are met including that of Sowore.

Marshal Abubakar, counsel to the defendant, while moving the application for bail, asked the court to grant bail to his clients “on self recognisance or in the alternative, grant bail in the most liberal terms”.

The ruling which was scheduled for Friday was stalled due to the failure of the police to produce the defendants in court.

In Nigeria, protest is among the constitutional rights deem to be enjoying by the citizens but under the Major General Muhammadu Buhari led tyrannt regime, many have suffered even by paying ultimate prize for daring protest against the maladministration and cluelessness of the incumbent leadership.




FreeSoworeNow #FreeGudu5

@YeleSowore, Others Arrive Abuja 
Court For Ruling On Bail Application.
Photo by Sahara Reporters

A magistrate court sitting in Wuse Zone 2, Abuja on Monday granted bail to Omoyele Sowore in the sum of ₦20 million with other conditions attached.

Omoleye who was the convener of “Revolution Now” Movement and Publisher of Sahara Reporters was granted bail.

Others granted bail are Peter Williams, Sanyaolu Juwon, Emmanuel Bulus and Damilare Adenola, they were all arrested on New Year’s eve during a "cross over with protest" and procession organised and led by Sowore.

The police had arraigned the five persons last Monday on a three-count charge bordering on conspiracy, unlawful assembly, and incitement.

Mabel Segun-Bello, the magistrate, had ordered that they be remanded at the Kuje correctional centre.

But last Tuesday, they were transferred to the Force Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department (FCIID) after Sowore reported that they were denied access to their healthcare, food, and water.

It is also worthy to note that all bail conditions are met including that of Sowore.

Marshal Abubakar, counsel to the defendant, while moving the application for bail, asked the court to grant bail to his clients “on self recognisance or in the alternative, grant bail in the most liberal terms”.

The ruling which was scheduled for Friday was stalled due to the failure of the police to produce the defendants in court.

In Nigeria, protest is among the constitutional rights deem to be enjoying by the citizens but under the Major General Muhammadu Buhari led tyrannt regime, many have suffered even by paying ultimate prize for daring protest against the maladministration and cluelessness of the incumbent leadership.




FreeSoworeNow #FreeGudu5

Updated: Sowore, 4 others in court as the judge orders the prosecuting counsel to study the bail application

Updated: Sowore, 4 others in court as the judge orders the prosecuting counsel to study the bail application

 Sowore, others reminded at FCID Area 10, as case adjourned to Friday 8th January, 2021.


Just As it happens!!!

The Presidential candidate of the African Action Congress (AAC) in the 2019 general elections Mr. Omoyele Sowore and the other five activists arrested in Abuja have returned to the court.



After the arrival of the magistrate, thehe case is mentioned.

 Police prosecuting team was led by Adama Musa

The prosecution team is introducing his team

 Marshal is leading the team of lawyers for the defendants

 Marshal puts forth a motion for bail application

 We have a team of 5 lawyers today

The Magistrate says she will go on except if the Adama is not a seasoned lawyer

Adama objects to say they are not ready cox dey were not served

 We will be back to court by 2pm

The Adama keeps arguing dat they didnt have time to study the document served them this morning. 

The Magistrate stands down the matter for 2hrs for them to go study.


The magistrate resumes to the hearing ànd She says she has looked at our application. She is asking why did Marshal raise such issues in just a short time. That the 2hrs she gave was not enough for such application

 Marshal is up.....bringing the knowledge of the court on the motion he has brought beefore the court. He stands on the prayer for the Magistrate to admit all defendants to bail

 She is asking immediately she saw the exhibit on the Lagos judgment

He brings the knowledge of the Magistrate to the exhibit on the brutality on all defendants. The second is the Lagos judgment that condemn the police for violating the rights of Nigerians by stopping and arresting them

 The Magistrate is asking that why was such case brought to her and not the High court?

Adama is up for the prosecution......he says he is in opposition

He says they filed a counter and submit that all the affidavit and exhibit from the defendants legal team has nothing to do with bail. That they have failed woefully in compliance of sec. 160- A to F of the criminal justice act.
He went further to tell the Magistrate that is it appropriate in law for one application for bail involving more than one person?

He asked the Magistrate to jote done down wot he is saying and she told him No!
He cited a xase in 1975 and the Magistrate says she was not born then

She ask Marshal to respond to him

He says there are several cases to show
They even charged all suspect on same sheet


Marshal keep citing cases where joint charge requires joint bail application
The Magistrate wants Marshal to cite cases in Law
He says sec 66B of the Nigerian constitution as an anchore for which he builds in argument


Marshal is citing the Sambo Dasuki case. There were 6 defendants in that case and a single affidavit
 There is an argument on the floor of the court on the single application for the 5 defendants.
Marshal says even without the written application, the Magistrate has the powers to decide on it
 He emphasis again that all 5 were brought on same charge
He says besides there was no time to have all defendants on different bail applications
The Magistrate says it is late that she will not rule today
Sowore speaks...he says he has been badly treated and not even food nor medical care has been offered him
He says this is a ploy to keep dem in detention
 She now calls on the senior officer from the prison. She tells him Sowore and others be kept in bed and medical center. They must have the best of welfare
The officer says the time they came yesterday was late. The Magistrate says the medical staff should be called and be given strict instruction
You see why we should have bombarded the Magistrate. She is no different than the others. She's in the game. Imagine a whole day for bail application for someone who hasn't committed any criminal offence.

There is argument on where to take dem or not?
 Bail application for protesting is now goin to enter 3 days?
The Magistrate wants 3 options
1. Back to Kuje and be taking care of.
2. Abbatoir
3. Force CID Area 10
Sowore says anywhere within the City centre is fine but he will not go back to Kuje prison
The Magistrate has called Area 10 and they confirm to have space
Sowore's report on the bad treatment is been put down as regards, medical care, food, water, change of cloths and beddings
The Magistrate calls on the DSP Sanda who is the senior Prison warder and puts his account down too
 Marshal is up and saying based on Sowore's concern they should be remanded in a facility that can allow Sowore access to his doctor, lawyer, food and chamge of cloths. 
Preferable FCID Area 10

 Adama is up...he says he opposes taking Sowore to FCID or any other police facility cox of the allegation of torture which dey denied and that the police facility is not meant for the detention of persons awaiting trial

The Magistrate is writing her order
 She is asking for Friday or Monday?

Marshal is up and asking for a shorter day

She says datz d best she can offer
 So we will be back to court on the 8th day of January (Friday) by 10am

 The Magistrate reads...that they will be remanded in FCID till bail application is determined. The 3rd defendant Damilare who is a law student be allowed access to computer and internet be given him to enable him carry out his online clases as a law student. That all other defendants be allowed books, food, good water, cloths as they will be returning on the 8th


It was believed that a script is being acted upon at the Magistrate Court Wuse on Sowore and 4 others case and it is political. We will respond adequately with every democratic means. All our members and supporters should be on alert.

Ever since the Magistrate's ruling, Sowore's have refused that Sowore will not go in Black-Maria truck and in handcuffs. 
The supporters in solidarity tookover the court. The judge invited Sowore and Marshal to her chambers

Sowore and four others have been taken to FCID Area 10 without handcuffs and not in black-maria.
















 Sowore, others reminded at FCID Area 10, as case adjourned to Friday 8th January, 2021.


Just As it happens!!!

The Presidential candidate of the African Action Congress (AAC) in the 2019 general elections Mr. Omoyele Sowore and the other five activists arrested in Abuja have returned to the court.



After the arrival of the magistrate, thehe case is mentioned.

 Police prosecuting team was led by Adama Musa

The prosecution team is introducing his team

 Marshal is leading the team of lawyers for the defendants

 Marshal puts forth a motion for bail application

 We have a team of 5 lawyers today

The Magistrate says she will go on except if the Adama is not a seasoned lawyer

Adama objects to say they are not ready cox dey were not served

 We will be back to court by 2pm

The Adama keeps arguing dat they didnt have time to study the document served them this morning. 

The Magistrate stands down the matter for 2hrs for them to go study.


The magistrate resumes to the hearing ànd She says she has looked at our application. She is asking why did Marshal raise such issues in just a short time. That the 2hrs she gave was not enough for such application

 Marshal is up.....bringing the knowledge of the court on the motion he has brought beefore the court. He stands on the prayer for the Magistrate to admit all defendants to bail

 She is asking immediately she saw the exhibit on the Lagos judgment

He brings the knowledge of the Magistrate to the exhibit on the brutality on all defendants. The second is the Lagos judgment that condemn the police for violating the rights of Nigerians by stopping and arresting them

 The Magistrate is asking that why was such case brought to her and not the High court?

Adama is up for the prosecution......he says he is in opposition

He says they filed a counter and submit that all the affidavit and exhibit from the defendants legal team has nothing to do with bail. That they have failed woefully in compliance of sec. 160- A to F of the criminal justice act.
He went further to tell the Magistrate that is it appropriate in law for one application for bail involving more than one person?

He asked the Magistrate to jote done down wot he is saying and she told him No!
He cited a xase in 1975 and the Magistrate says she was not born then

She ask Marshal to respond to him

He says there are several cases to show
They even charged all suspect on same sheet


Marshal keep citing cases where joint charge requires joint bail application
The Magistrate wants Marshal to cite cases in Law
He says sec 66B of the Nigerian constitution as an anchore for which he builds in argument


Marshal is citing the Sambo Dasuki case. There were 6 defendants in that case and a single affidavit
 There is an argument on the floor of the court on the single application for the 5 defendants.
Marshal says even without the written application, the Magistrate has the powers to decide on it
 He emphasis again that all 5 were brought on same charge
He says besides there was no time to have all defendants on different bail applications
The Magistrate says it is late that she will not rule today
Sowore speaks...he says he has been badly treated and not even food nor medical care has been offered him
He says this is a ploy to keep dem in detention
 She now calls on the senior officer from the prison. She tells him Sowore and others be kept in bed and medical center. They must have the best of welfare
The officer says the time they came yesterday was late. The Magistrate says the medical staff should be called and be given strict instruction
You see why we should have bombarded the Magistrate. She is no different than the others. She's in the game. Imagine a whole day for bail application for someone who hasn't committed any criminal offence.

There is argument on where to take dem or not?
 Bail application for protesting is now goin to enter 3 days?
The Magistrate wants 3 options
1. Back to Kuje and be taking care of.
2. Abbatoir
3. Force CID Area 10
Sowore says anywhere within the City centre is fine but he will not go back to Kuje prison
The Magistrate has called Area 10 and they confirm to have space
Sowore's report on the bad treatment is been put down as regards, medical care, food, water, change of cloths and beddings
The Magistrate calls on the DSP Sanda who is the senior Prison warder and puts his account down too
 Marshal is up and saying based on Sowore's concern they should be remanded in a facility that can allow Sowore access to his doctor, lawyer, food and chamge of cloths. 
Preferable FCID Area 10

 Adama is up...he says he opposes taking Sowore to FCID or any other police facility cox of the allegation of torture which dey denied and that the police facility is not meant for the detention of persons awaiting trial

The Magistrate is writing her order
 She is asking for Friday or Monday?

Marshal is up and asking for a shorter day

She says datz d best she can offer
 So we will be back to court on the 8th day of January (Friday) by 10am

 The Magistrate reads...that they will be remanded in FCID till bail application is determined. The 3rd defendant Damilare who is a law student be allowed access to computer and internet be given him to enable him carry out his online clases as a law student. That all other defendants be allowed books, food, good water, cloths as they will be returning on the 8th


It was believed that a script is being acted upon at the Magistrate Court Wuse on Sowore and 4 others case and it is political. We will respond adequately with every democratic means. All our members and supporters should be on alert.

Ever since the Magistrate's ruling, Sowore's have refused that Sowore will not go in Black-Maria truck and in handcuffs. 
The supporters in solidarity tookover the court. The judge invited Sowore and Marshal to her chambers

Sowore and four others have been taken to FCID Area 10 without handcuffs and not in black-maria.
















Kalasuwe, the Paramount Ruler of Apoi & Ijaw Confederation calls for Sowore's unconditional release

Kalasuwe, the Paramount Ruler of Apoi & Ijaw Confederation calls for Sowore's unconditional release

His Imperial Majesty Oba Deacon Prof. Sunday Adejimola Amuseghan, Lawe II, Kalasuwe and the Paramount Ruler of Apoi & Ijaw Confederation has called on the Federal Government to ensure unconditional release of Omoyele Sowore without delay. 


According to a statement signed on Monday 4th of January, 2021 by the Bamofin of Apoi land, High Chief (Barr) Henry Ogbemerun, the imperial Majesty made the call in his palace, King City, Oboro, Ese- Odo Local Government Area of Ondo State. 

He called on the President Buhari-led Administration to stop targeting the human rights activist and focus on economy, insecurity, COVID-19 challenges and good governance.


Kalasuwe said Omoyele Sowore who hails from Kiribo-Apoi is not the Nigeria's problem.


"Let the Executive, Legislative and Judicial arms of the government embark on national transformational initiative synergy and let the Executive arm of the Federal Government take the needful political will and Executive Orders to address insecurity, economic recession, impending food scarcity, farmers' killings and kidnapping of people, terrorism, nepotism, favouritism, tribalism, financial and political corruptions, judicial manipulation, bad investment policies, youth unemployment and religion bias in Nigeria"


Kabiyesi further said that the government should focus on diversification of economy and stop excesses of political power and financial recklessness in the country.


 "The Federal Government should not hide under Covid- 19 to defend poor performance. Let's the government be proactive in tackling our common challenges and be well-focussed on our national integrity and economic growth rather than wictch-hunting the human rights activists thus causing unnecessary distractions."

" Nigeria belongs to all of us , and we must have a say to make us proud of our father land. Let's practise full scale principles of federalism. Sowore is the voice of the voiceless in Nigeria, and he should be set free unconditionally."

"If the principles of fundamental human rights and true federalism are practised, Nigeria will be great and command respect among the most powerful nations of the world." 


The monarch further said that "presently, self-identified religion and tribalism are preferred to detribalised agenda and technocratic consideration, the outcome will be political and economic crises. Let's put Nigeria first in the scheme of everything in Nigeria, and let's give our traditional rulers constitutional roles to return Nigeria to its part of glory, we must guide and provide the needed leadership model to move Nigeria forward" Kalasuwe concluded.

His Imperial Majesty Oba Deacon Prof. Sunday Adejimola Amuseghan, Lawe II, Kalasuwe and the Paramount Ruler of Apoi & Ijaw Confederation has called on the Federal Government to ensure unconditional release of Omoyele Sowore without delay. 


According to a statement signed on Monday 4th of January, 2021 by the Bamofin of Apoi land, High Chief (Barr) Henry Ogbemerun, the imperial Majesty made the call in his palace, King City, Oboro, Ese- Odo Local Government Area of Ondo State. 

He called on the President Buhari-led Administration to stop targeting the human rights activist and focus on economy, insecurity, COVID-19 challenges and good governance.


Kalasuwe said Omoyele Sowore who hails from Kiribo-Apoi is not the Nigeria's problem.


"Let the Executive, Legislative and Judicial arms of the government embark on national transformational initiative synergy and let the Executive arm of the Federal Government take the needful political will and Executive Orders to address insecurity, economic recession, impending food scarcity, farmers' killings and kidnapping of people, terrorism, nepotism, favouritism, tribalism, financial and political corruptions, judicial manipulation, bad investment policies, youth unemployment and religion bias in Nigeria"


Kabiyesi further said that the government should focus on diversification of economy and stop excesses of political power and financial recklessness in the country.


 "The Federal Government should not hide under Covid- 19 to defend poor performance. Let's the government be proactive in tackling our common challenges and be well-focussed on our national integrity and economic growth rather than wictch-hunting the human rights activists thus causing unnecessary distractions."

" Nigeria belongs to all of us , and we must have a say to make us proud of our father land. Let's practise full scale principles of federalism. Sowore is the voice of the voiceless in Nigeria, and he should be set free unconditionally."

"If the principles of fundamental human rights and true federalism are practised, Nigeria will be great and command respect among the most powerful nations of the world." 


The monarch further said that "presently, self-identified religion and tribalism are preferred to detribalised agenda and technocratic consideration, the outcome will be political and economic crises. Let's put Nigeria first in the scheme of everything in Nigeria, and let's give our traditional rulers constitutional roles to return Nigeria to its part of glory, we must guide and provide the needed leadership model to move Nigeria forward" Kalasuwe concluded.

Update: Kuje Prison has just rejects Sowore, others

Update: Kuje Prison has just rejects Sowore, others

 


Kuje Prison has just rejected @YeleSowore and the Gudu 5! 

#FreeSowore 

#RevolutionNow

 


Kuje Prison has just rejected @YeleSowore and the Gudu 5! 

#FreeSowore 

#RevolutionNow

Omoyele Sowore to Sue Police for Torture- Falana

Omoyele Sowore to Sue Police for Torture- Falana


Human rights lawyer, Mr. Femi Falana (SAN), says he has received instructions from Sahara Reporters Publisher, Omoyele Sowore, to sue the Nigeria Police Force and its officers for torture.


The senior advocate said this in a message sent to our correspondent on Saturday.


Falana said his client was badly beaten and subjected to dehumanising conditions in contravention of the Anti-Torture Act.


“Since Mr. Sowore’s fundamental right to dignity has been recklessly violated by the police we have his instructions to press for charges against all the officers who subjected him to physical and mental torture in contravention of the letter and spirit of the provisions of the Anti Torture Act of 2017,” he said.


He said from indications, the Nigeria Police Force is waiting for “orders from above” before releasing Sowore.


“Order from above” is a common term used in Nigeria to refer to a superior authority.


He said the police were holding his client for alleged breach of COVID-19 protocols but had denied him bail for two consecutive days even though the law says such offences are bailable.


Falana further stated that his client had pointedly told the police that he had not breached COVID-19 protocols.


The activist said, “Mr. Sowore who was covering an event at the time of his arrest has maintained that he did not breach any of the COVID-19 regulations. He has been detained indefinitely on the basis of orders “from above.”


The lawyer said his client had been tortured and locked up in a detention facility along with armed robbery suspects.


Falana added, “The police officers who arrested Mr. Omoyele Sowore at Abuja on January 31, 2020, subjected him to severe beating and left him with bruises all over his body. As if that was not enough he has been locked up in the midst of armed robbery suspects at a notorious detention facility called abattoir maintained by the disbanded Special Anti Robbery Squad in Abuja.


“The physical torture to Mr. Sowore was prolonged by the refusal of the police to provide him with medical attention. Although Mr. Sowore’s injuries are being treated by his personal physician, the police authorities have refused the application of the detainee for bail even though the alleged offence of breaching COVID-19 regulations is ‘bailable’.


Human rights lawyer, Mr. Femi Falana (SAN), says he has received instructions from Sahara Reporters Publisher, Omoyele Sowore, to sue the Nigeria Police Force and its officers for torture.


The senior advocate said this in a message sent to our correspondent on Saturday.


Falana said his client was badly beaten and subjected to dehumanising conditions in contravention of the Anti-Torture Act.


“Since Mr. Sowore’s fundamental right to dignity has been recklessly violated by the police we have his instructions to press for charges against all the officers who subjected him to physical and mental torture in contravention of the letter and spirit of the provisions of the Anti Torture Act of 2017,” he said.


He said from indications, the Nigeria Police Force is waiting for “orders from above” before releasing Sowore.


“Order from above” is a common term used in Nigeria to refer to a superior authority.


He said the police were holding his client for alleged breach of COVID-19 protocols but had denied him bail for two consecutive days even though the law says such offences are bailable.


Falana further stated that his client had pointedly told the police that he had not breached COVID-19 protocols.


The activist said, “Mr. Sowore who was covering an event at the time of his arrest has maintained that he did not breach any of the COVID-19 regulations. He has been detained indefinitely on the basis of orders “from above.”


The lawyer said his client had been tortured and locked up in a detention facility along with armed robbery suspects.


Falana added, “The police officers who arrested Mr. Omoyele Sowore at Abuja on January 31, 2020, subjected him to severe beating and left him with bruises all over his body. As if that was not enough he has been locked up in the midst of armed robbery suspects at a notorious detention facility called abattoir maintained by the disbanded Special Anti Robbery Squad in Abuja.


“The physical torture to Mr. Sowore was prolonged by the refusal of the police to provide him with medical attention. Although Mr. Sowore’s injuries are being treated by his personal physician, the police authorities have refused the application of the detainee for bail even though the alleged offence of breaching COVID-19 regulations is ‘bailable’.

SWL Calls for the Immediate and Unconditional Release of Sowore, Juwon and Michael

SWL Calls for the Immediate and Unconditional Release of Sowore, Juwon and Michael

 PRESS STATEMENT 


The Socialist Workers & Youth League calls for the immediate release of Omoyele Sowore, Juwon Sanyaolu, Michael Adenola, Peter, and Kimrere. The five activists of the African Action Congress were unjustly arrested at Gudu junction of Abuja during a peaceful cross-over demonstration. 
We want to make it abundantly clear to the Nigerian police and the ruling regime that protest is a fundamental democratic right. A violent attack on peaceful protesters is an attack on one of the most important tenets of democracy. It must also be pointed out that protests and mass uprising become inevitable with the continuing failure of the current regime and neoliberal capitalism. 

The arrest and brutalisation of Sowore, Juwon and Michael at the early hours of the new year by the Nigeria police Abattoir division Abuja, is a clear indication that the basic conditions for the #EndSARS revolt last year still persist. The Maj. Gen. Buhari (retd) led government continues in attacking poor people and violating fundamental rights. But also, the arrest demonstrate the weakness of the bosses’ state given the failure of their system to address the genuine agitation and demands of the Nigeria masses. Clearly, they don’t have the solution to the crises largely because they benefit hugely from the system and crises. 

It is we, the working-class people and youth that have the power and the will to change the oppressive system and win our total liberation through struggle. The #EndSARS revolt demonstrated to us the power to bring to birth social change from below and a Nigeria that works for all and not for the interest of some few. It is on this basis that we call on working-class people and students organisations to join in demanding for the immediate and unconditional release of the arrested comrades. And also that we mobilise to fight for a real and total change, obviously the current regime and bosses generally have resolved to intensify attacks and place more burden on the people.

Signed

Lai Brown
National Secretary

 PRESS STATEMENT 


The Socialist Workers & Youth League calls for the immediate release of Omoyele Sowore, Juwon Sanyaolu, Michael Adenola, Peter, and Kimrere. The five activists of the African Action Congress were unjustly arrested at Gudu junction of Abuja during a peaceful cross-over demonstration. 
We want to make it abundantly clear to the Nigerian police and the ruling regime that protest is a fundamental democratic right. A violent attack on peaceful protesters is an attack on one of the most important tenets of democracy. It must also be pointed out that protests and mass uprising become inevitable with the continuing failure of the current regime and neoliberal capitalism. 

The arrest and brutalisation of Sowore, Juwon and Michael at the early hours of the new year by the Nigeria police Abattoir division Abuja, is a clear indication that the basic conditions for the #EndSARS revolt last year still persist. The Maj. Gen. Buhari (retd) led government continues in attacking poor people and violating fundamental rights. But also, the arrest demonstrate the weakness of the bosses’ state given the failure of their system to address the genuine agitation and demands of the Nigeria masses. Clearly, they don’t have the solution to the crises largely because they benefit hugely from the system and crises. 

It is we, the working-class people and youth that have the power and the will to change the oppressive system and win our total liberation through struggle. The #EndSARS revolt demonstrated to us the power to bring to birth social change from below and a Nigeria that works for all and not for the interest of some few. It is on this basis that we call on working-class people and students organisations to join in demanding for the immediate and unconditional release of the arrested comrades. And also that we mobilise to fight for a real and total change, obviously the current regime and bosses generally have resolved to intensify attacks and place more burden on the people.

Signed

Lai Brown
National Secretary

#PostersSpeak :#FreeSoworeNow #RevolutionNowNigeria #EndBadGovernanceInNigeria

#PostersSpeak :#FreeSoworeNow #RevolutionNowNigeria #EndBadGovernanceInNigeria

 



































































 



































































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