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Monday, September 30, 2019

Sowore Appears In Court For The First Time Since Arrest

Image may contain: one or more peopleRights Activist and owner of the online journal platform, Sahara Reporters, Omoyele Sowore has been arraigned in court this morning by the Nigerian Government/DSS on trumped-up charges of treason and terrorism. This is the first time Sowore will appear in court and any public place since he was taken from his room on August 3, 2019.

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Aligba Jerry T

Sowere is only enjoying what he sowed.

Nwosu Uzoma

This is what I call the law of karma, what goes around comes around.
He was with this government from the start if only he knew his part from the start

Prince Leonard Munzi

Na person wey dey prison fresh like this?

Iheanyi Nnajiuba

Nobody is safe in that country! Hope y'all know that? From Kanu to Sowore and many more. Who will be the next?

Sunday James Coolspirit

Dt man dn slim oooo

Saleh Christopher

This government of buhari is just a laughable government.

Francis E Isodje

Let die there. Buhari is his savior

Okoh Daniel Daniel

I don't know how people reasons sometimes! Sowore was arrested and detained, then been arraigned today. (If I can still read well). Isn't lawful for him to be tried?
The charges filed against him (Treason and Terrorism) are not minor offenses. These are capital offenses. To that end, the onus of proof lies on the prosecutor to prove their case beyond any reasonable doubt. By implications, the inability of the prosecutor to prove their case beyond all reasonable doubts would certainly without any flip/iota of doubt lead to his (Sowore) discharge. When someone is charged, we used to sound so pitied. There is an irrebuttable fact we really need to know. That's, Law does not respond to emotions and feelings. Law has no pity on humanity. Its standard can't be bent to meet someone's lifestyle. It's human that will dance to the tone of law.
The law of the land is more sacrosanct and supreme than anybody. See Section 1(1) of 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, (2011 Amendments). Sowore's case isn't exceptional. If he believes he didn't do anything wrong, he would come out unhurt. So, relax, stop calling Govt names, and let the law take its course. He has a lawyer to be his voice if he can't speak for himself. (Which is his constitutional rights).

Mind u, the technicality of law can't easily be understood by a lay man. Law is not pool of play. It's governed by principle and precept. Those principle and precept aren't meant to be infringed, breached or contravened.

I'm can say all these because, I'm a Law student.
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