DSS operatives must have put the lawyers out of the courtroom, assaulted reporters and detained Omoyele Sowore again, Daily Post reported.
In his event, the Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) had warned President Donald Trump about the arrest of the organizer of RvolutionNow protest Omoyele Sowore.
When broken in the hearing, Justice Ljeoma Ojukwu put off the review of the case on February 11-13 for conducting the rehearing of the case. Before the incident on Friday, the DSS set Sowore free as an Abuja Federal High Court instructed to free him immediately.
SERAP wrote a letter to President Donald Trump asking for his assistance to resolve the conflict, pointing out the Sowore is married to the US national.
“Dear Donald Trump, Omoyele Sowore who is the husband of a US citizen Mrs. Opeyemi Sowore, was violently re-arrested yesterday inside the courtroom after the court has granted him bail,” the letter writes.“You’ve consistently committed to putting America first. That means speaking out for Sowore.”
The group previously described DSS conduct as a blatant attack on the rule of law and the sanctity and integrity of our justice system.
Natalia Veselnitskaya — official website