By Adejumo Enock
The Socio – Economic Rights And Accountability Project, SERAP has called on the Nigerian Government to release the proponent of #RevolutionNow, Omoyele Sowore and others arrested during a protest in Abuja
Recall that the activists was arrested by Nigerian security forces in Abuja while carrying out a peaceful procession to mark the New Year.
The Group disclosed this in a tweet via its Verified Twitter account @SERAPNigeria on Friday.
SERAP further warned the Nigerian Government that it will take legal/international action if Sowore and others arrested were not released in 48 hours.
See Tweet Below:
“BREAKING: Nigerian authorities must immediately and unconditionally release Omoyele Sowore & other activists reportedly arrested and tortured during a peaceful protest last night in Abuja”.
“We’ll take legal/international action if Sowore & others are not released within 48 hours”.