’Occupy DSS’s Protest’ Begins Tomorrow Over Sowore’s Detention

Some Human Rights’ Groups will on Tuesday (Tomorrow) begin Protest at the headquarters of Department of State Services in Abuja over the agency’s refusal to release Omoyele Sowore and Olawale Bakare despite two valid court orders served on them to do so.

Starnews reports that the protest tagged: ”OccupyDSS” was organised by a coalition of human rights groups: Concerned Nigerians, Coalition for Revolution and Take it Back Movement Campus Unit.

In a statement signed by the trio of Deji Adeyanju, Lanre Legacy and Sanyaolu Juwon, the group said the government should be held responsible if anything happen to Sowore and Bakare.

See below the screenshot of the letter uploaded on social media to invite the public:

Group invite to Nigerians

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