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Twitter Users add “Revolutionary” to their Names to demand #FreeSoworeNow 



Sahara Reporters’ founder and publisher, Omoyele Sowore

Following the arrest of  the 2019 presidential candidate of the African Action Congress(AAC), Omoyele Sowore by the DSS, Nigerians have taken to Twitter to call for the release of the human rights activist with the hashtag #FreeSoworeNow,  adding “Revolutionary” to their  usernames to protest the arrest.

1 Comment

  1. by_stander

    August 6, 2019 at 7:19 pm

    It is my hope this doesn’t get out of hand, and everyone involved can apply abit of common sense.

    Buhari is not the problem as far as i am concerned, if anything he has highlighted the problem for everyone. It is impossible to willing follow rent-seeking laws that infringe on your inalienable rights to the letter.

    The only people that benefit and may be trying to run interference are the rent-seekers most of whom are Lawyers and Accountants.

    They are the ones that send details or acts of how they hope to infringe on the inalienable rights of human beings to the president so that it can be passed into law.

    Am not sure if Buhari can make laws, but i’m sure the problem of infringe on the inalienable rights has been around for a while.

    And it will not go away until we have intellectuals outside the field of Lawyers and Accountants look at it.

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