Omoyele Sowore arrested in Abuja

Human rights activist and publisher of Sahara Reporters, Omoyele Sowore, has been arrested.

According to the news platform, Omoyele Sowore was arrested at about 9AM today February 24, at Gudu in Abuja, while leaving the Court of Appeal.

According to the report, Sowore was whisked to the Abattoir police division, Abuja, and is yet to know his offense.

Sowore and his associates were said to be on their way to the Court of Appeal to attend the hearing of an appeal filed by Sowore to challenge the ruling of the Federal High Court, which had declared one Leonard Nzenwa as the Acting Chairman of African Action Congress (AAC).

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