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Sowore: Gunshots as policemen, soldiers chase RevolutionNow protesters in Lagos 12 minutes ago 4054 views by Wale Akinola – Security operatives have dispersed members of #RevolutionNow movement who gathered to stage a protest in Lagos state – The convener of the movement, Omoyele Sowore, was on Saturday, August 3, arrested by the DSS – Peter Afunanya, the spokesperson of DSS on Sunday, August 4, confirmed Sowore’s arrest The fierce looking soldiers and armed policemen on Monday, August 5, forcefully dispersed members of the #RevolutionNow movement who converged on the National Stadium in Surulere area of Lagos state.

TheCable reports that the protesters who arrived at the stadium around 7am for the kick-off of the protest met a detachment of policemen at the entrance of the stadium.

 

gathered that Eliaz Ozikpu, one of the protesters, told the online medium that he was discussing the protest plans with others when security operatives crossed over the road to meet them.

“We were standing here, while they watched us from the other side. Suddenly, they moved on us and said we can’t talk to the press. We weren’t even talking to the press yet. We were addressing ourselves,” he said. The protesters, however, started chanting calling for the release of Omoyele Sowore, the convener of the movement who was arrested on Saturday, August 3, by operatives of the Department of State Services (DSS). Meanwhile, that the DSS confirmed the arrest of Sowore, a human rights activist and former chairman of the African Action Congress (AAC) party. It was reported that the DSS issued the confirmation on Sunday, August 4, through its spokesperson, Peter Afunanya.

Sowore Arrested For Planning Revolution-DSS
DSS spokesperson, Peter Afunanya, while addressing reporters in Abuja Sunday afternoon, said the DSS was “aware” of information that Sowore had been in touch with foreign actors to destabilise Nigeria.

The Department of State Services (DSS) on Sunday confirmed that its operatives arrested human rights activist, Omoyele Sowore, because he called for a revolution in Nigeria.

DSS spokesperson, Peter Afunanya, while addressing reporters in Abuja Sunday afternoon, said the DSS was “aware” of information that Sowore had been in touch with foreign actors to destabilise Nigeria.

Security operatives have dispersed members of #RevolutionNow movement who gathered to stage a protest in Lagos state – The convener of the movement, Omoyele Sowore, was on Saturday, August 3, arrested by the DSS – Peter Afunanya, the spokesperson of DSS on Sunday, August 4, confirmed Sowore’s arrest The fierce looking soldiers and armed policemen on Monday, August 5, forcefully dispersed members of the #RevolutionNow movement who converged on the National Stadium in Surulere area of Lagos state. TheCable reports that the protesters who arrived at the stadium around 7am for the kick-off of the protest met a detachment of policemen at the entrance of the stadium.

 

Eliaz Ozikpu, one of the protesters, told the online medium that he was discussing the protest plans with others when security operatives crossed over the road to meet them. “We were standing here, while they watched us from the other side. Suddenly, they moved on us and said we can’t talk to the press. We weren’t even talking to the press yet. We were addressing ourselves,” he said. The protesters, however, started chanting calling for the release of Omoyele Sowore, the convener of the movement who was arrested on Saturday, August 3, by operatives of the Department of State Services (DSS). Meanwhile, retwtr.com had previously reported that the DSS confirmed the arrest of Sowore, a human rights activist and former chairman of the African Action Congress (AAC) party. It was reported that the DSS issued the confirmation on Sunday, August 4, through its spokesperson, Peter Afunanya.

    Andrew Ugbekile
    Andrew Ugbekile The revolution is bound to fail because it is funded by 2019 Presidential election losers and those not too happy that Buhari is moving to the next level. The funding also came from overseas and the coordinators are smiling to the bank having made a fail attempt. It didn’t work in Sudan, Tunisia etc countries and it will not work here. I pity jobless youth paid putout to participate in this inglorious protest.[1]
    Oyindamola Hakeem
    Oyindamola Hakeem If you die, you die for nothing better go do your business. please is sowore children with you there? Continue[2]
    Ngozi Onyioha-Orji
    Ngozi Onyioha-Orji What mammoth crowd? Just watchers of hell’s gate. Anyway it is good that the REVOLUTION is starting and happening in Jagaban Tinubu, the Vagabond of Yoruba land backyard. Let it move to the Northern States since they, the Yorubas and their Masters, theSee more[4][3]
    Triester Lawal Abdullahi
    Triester Lawal Abdullahi 15 million population in Lagos ..and dis what u have doing d revolution march😀 una dey mad..[5]
    Ibrahim Khaleel Muhammad
    Agbaiye Jagaban
    Agbaiye Jagaban Atiku give IBO jobless people money to do this in Lagos no area for you people useless people gari saler Sara reporter have collected money from PDP for this[6]
    Buhari Attahiru
    Oti Onyekachi Promise
    Sidi Muazu Sidi
    Middle Alinko Rossi
    Gold Emejulu
    Mordi Kingsley
    Stephen Oladokun
    Bayo Adeyinka Godson

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    4. ^ See more (www.facebook.com)
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    Sowore: Gunshots as policemen, soldiers chase RevolutionNow protesters in Lagos 12 minutes ago 4054 views by Wale Akinola – Security operatives have dispersed members of #RevolutionNow movement who gathered to stage a protest in Lagos state – The convener of the movement, Omoyele Sowore, was on Saturday, August 3, arrested by the DSS – Peter Afunanya, the spokesperson of DSS on Sunday, August 4, confirmed Sowore’s arrest The fierce looking soldiers and armed policemen on Monday, August 5, forcefully dispersed members of the #RevolutionNow movement who converged on the National Stadium in Surulere area of Lagos state.

    TheCable reports that the protesters who arrived at the stadium around 7am for the kick-off of the protest met a detachment of policemen at the entrance of the stadium.

     

    gathered that Eliaz Ozikpu, one of the protesters, told the online medium that he was discussing the protest plans with others when security operatives crossed over the road to meet them.

    “We were standing here, while they watched us from the other side. Suddenly, they moved on us and said we can’t talk to the press. We weren’t even talking to the press yet. We were addressing ourselves,” he said. The protesters, however, started chanting calling for the release of Omoyele Sowore, the convener of the movement who was arrested on Saturday, August 3, by operatives of the Department of State Services (DSS). Meanwhile, that the DSS confirmed the arrest of Sowore, a human rights activist and former chairman of the African Action Congress (AAC) party. It was reported that the DSS issued the confirmation on Sunday, August 4, through its spokesperson, Peter Afunanya.

    Sowore Arrested For Planning Revolution-DSS
    DSS spokesperson, Peter Afunanya, while addressing reporters in Abuja Sunday afternoon, said the DSS was “aware” of information that Sowore had been in touch with foreign actors to destabilise Nigeria.

    The Department of State Services (DSS) on Sunday confirmed that its operatives arrested human rights activist, Omoyele Sowore, because he called for a revolution in Nigeria.

    DSS spokesperson, Peter Afunanya, while addressing reporters in Abuja Sunday afternoon, said the DSS was “aware” of information that Sowore had been in touch with foreign actors to destabilise Nigeria.

    Security operatives have dispersed members of #RevolutionNow movement who gathered to stage a protest in Lagos state – The convener of the movement, Omoyele Sowore, was on Saturday, August 3, arrested by the DSS – Peter Afunanya, the spokesperson of DSS on Sunday, August 4, confirmed Sowore’s arrest The fierce looking soldiers and armed policemen on Monday, August 5, forcefully dispersed members of the #RevolutionNow movement who converged on the National Stadium in Surulere area of Lagos state. TheCable reports that the protesters who arrived at the stadium around 7am for the kick-off of the protest met a detachment of policemen at the entrance of the stadium.

     

    Eliaz Ozikpu, one of the protesters, told the online medium that he was discussing the protest plans with others when security operatives crossed over the road to meet them. “We were standing here, while they watched us from the other side. Suddenly, they moved on us and said we can’t talk to the press. We weren’t even talking to the press yet. We were addressing ourselves,” he said. The protesters, however, started chanting calling for the release of Omoyele Sowore, the convener of the movement who was arrested on Saturday, August 3, by operatives of the Department of State Services (DSS). Meanwhile, retwtr.com had previously reported that the DSS confirmed the arrest of Sowore, a human rights activist and former chairman of the African Action Congress (AAC) party. It was reported that the DSS issued the confirmation on Sunday, August 4, through its spokesperson, Peter Afunanya.

      Andrew Ugbekile
      Andrew Ugbekile The revolution is bound to fail because it is funded by 2019 Presidential election losers and those not too happy that Buhari is moving to the next level. The funding also came from overseas and the coordinators are smiling to the bank having made a fail attempt. It didn’t work in Sudan, Tunisia etc countries and it will not work here. I pity jobless youth paid putout to participate in this inglorious protest.[1]
      Oyindamola Hakeem
      Oyindamola Hakeem If you die, you die for nothing better go do your business. please is sowore children with you there? Continue[2]
      Ngozi Onyioha-Orji
      Ngozi Onyioha-Orji What mammoth crowd? Just watchers of hell’s gate. Anyway it is good that the REVOLUTION is starting and happening in Jagaban Tinubu, the Vagabond of Yoruba land backyard. Let it move to the Northern States since they, the Yorubas and their Masters, theSee more[4][3]
      Triester Lawal Abdullahi
      Triester Lawal Abdullahi 15 million population in Lagos ..and dis what u have doing d revolution march😀 una dey mad..[5]
      Ibrahim Khaleel Muhammad
      Agbaiye Jagaban
      Agbaiye Jagaban Atiku give IBO jobless people money to do this in Lagos no area for you people useless people gari saler Sara reporter have collected money from PDP for this[6]
      Buhari Attahiru
      Oti Onyekachi Promise
      Sidi Muazu Sidi
      Middle Alinko Rossi
      Gold Emejulu
      Mordi Kingsley
      Stephen Oladokun
      Bayo Adeyinka Godson

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      References

      1. ^ Andrew Ugbekile (www.facebook.com)
      2. ^ Oyindamola Hakeem (www.facebook.com)
      3. ^ Ngozi Onyioha-Orji (www.facebook.com)
      4. ^ See more (www.facebook.com)
      5. ^ Triester Lawal Abdullahi (www.facebook.com)
      6. ^ Agbaiye Jagaban (www.facebook.com)

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