Just after the attack on #FreeSowere protesters in Abuja yesterday where the leader of the protest, Deji Adeyanju was brutally injured and later hospitalized, the activist has been flown abroad for further treatment after being attacked at the protest yesterday.
Deji Adeyanju who suffered injuries after being beeten by touts and hoodlums during the protest in front of the National Human Rights Commission on Monday December 23, has been flown abroad for medical treatment.
It was recorded that the activist as well as some others protesting against the detention of Omoyele Sowore, was beaten to a point where struggling to breathe and was left with deep cuts all over his body.
Deji has been reported flown to Dubai where mine would get intensive care to help me recover from any health issue the assault may have caused.
Giving details what what exactly happened, Femi Fani Kayode confirmed that Deji Adeyanju was attacked by a 150-strong crowd of young, wild drug-crazed almajiris shouting “Sai Baba” which left him unconscious.
Former presidential aspirant, Atiku Abubakar reacts to to the incident, he opposes this actions again the activist
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