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BREAKING: Sowore’s Treason Trial Discontinued

The Federal Government has served notice of discontinuing treason charges against the leader of the RevolutionNow movement and Publisher of SaharaReporters, Omoyele Sowore and co-Accused, Olawale Bakare, alias Mandate.

A memo from the Attorney-General of the Federation, Lateef Olasunkanmi Fagbemi, said the government would no longer be prosecuting the case.


Taking to X earlier today, Sowore tweeted:

“Five years ago, the Federal Government of Nigeria commenced a fruitlessly malicious, tendencious and idiosyncratic treason trial (Persecution) against me and several other revolutionary comrades across Nigeria, we stood our ground and began a historic journey to liberate our country, despite threats, assassination of family members, state sponsored violence and targeted attacks by security forces, we promised never to back down.

“Today, we have been vindicated on one front, the Nigerian government has terminated its own case against me, but we will not terminate our struggle for justice and liberty of our compatriots.

“We warned the @MBuhari regime and those who followed his ruinous path that they will face ultimate disgrace before long.

“We salute our revolutionary comrades. #RevolutionNow.”


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