BREAKING: DSS finally releases Sowore after 4 months

The Department of State Services (DSS) has released Sahara Reporters publisher Omoyele Sowore after 4 months in custody. 

The convener of RevolutionNow Movement was arrested by the DSS on August 3rd in Abuja.  

A DSS source disclosed this to TheCable on Thursday night. Marshall Abubakar, one of the lawyers of Sowore, later confirmed the development.

“He has been released. I am with him as we speak,” he said 

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This is coming after the court ordered that Sowore be released within 24 hours and fined the DSS N100,000 for the unlawful detention. 

More details to follow…

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