FREE SOWORE PROTEST: Deji Adeyanju Presents N1 m Cash DSS Allegedly Bribed him With

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This is how important Omoyele Sowore remaining in prison is to the Buhari govt. Deji Adeyanju has presented N1 million cash he alleged was from a bribe State Security Service offered him to stop the free Sowore protest.

The activist led other protesters to the Abuja Head Office of the DSS on 12th of November, Tuesday morning demanding the release of the convenerner of RevolutionNow protest, Omoyele Sowore.

The demand of the protesters is simple : SSS comply with the Federal Court Order for Sowore to be released from custody.

Deji Adeyanju has asked the SSS in the video below to come and collect their money which they offered them at gun point. He said if they don’t come for the N1 million before the end of the day, they will give the money to Femi Falana to use to service his expenses on the Sowore’s case.

Sowore was last month granted bail by the Federal High Court in his ongoing trial for alleged treason and defamation of President Muhammadu Buhari. He met the stringent bail conditions on November 6, but the SSS has declined to release him.  

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Earlier, Femi Falana, SAN, had alleged that the SSS is plotting to file additional charges against Mr. Sowore in order to keep him longer in their custody. Falana declared that strategy effectively illegal since Wednesday when he met all conditions squashing SSS controversial claim on Friday that it was holding Sowore because no had come to pick him up.

Adeyanju held a sit-in outside its headquarters on Saturday to demand Mr Sowore’s release, but the secret police ignored the protesters. PREMIUM TIMES also confirmed Saturday that the SSS was not ready to release Mr Sowore, contrary to what it wanted the public to believe.

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