The Nigeria Police Drive has mentioned it can’t launch SaharaReporters’ correspondent and different protesters arrested on the nationwide stadium in Lagos on Monday.
Victor Ogungbenro, a video editor and cameraman, alongside eight different protesters have been manhandled and arrested throughout the RevolutionNow protest.
The detainees have been first held at Space C police station earlier than they have been transferred to the Lagos State Legal Investigation Division, Panti, Lagos.
In response to Effiong Inibehe and Stanley Imhanruor, the human rights legal professionals who went to safe the detainees’ bail at Panti Police Station, the police insisted they can’t launch them.
The legal professionals have been requested to return to the station tomorrow.
Victor Ogungbenro, a video editor and cameraman, was crushed and dragged on the bottom by the police. See Additionally ACTIVISM SaharaReporters Journalist, Others Detained At Panti Police Station
One other SaharaReporters’ correspondent in Ondo was additionally arrested.
The police clamped on RevolutionNow protesters throughout the nation on Monday.
Omoyele Sowore, the writer of SaharaReporters and the arrowhead of the RevolutionNow protest, was arrested from his residence in Ikeja on the early hours of Saturday, by operatives of the Division of State Companies.
He was whisked to Abuja over the evening on Saturday. He has been excommunicated since his arrest.
Sowore’s arrest was in relation to his involvement with the protest.
In response to the DSS, Sowore was arrested for calling for a revolution.
Mohammed Adamu, the Inspector Common of Police, additionally dabbed the protest as an act of terrorism.
He warned that anybody arrested in reference to the protest could be charged for treasonable felony.
The organizers of the protest, defy the police and went forward with their protest at numerous places on Monday.
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