According to a popular online blogger goldmynetv who shared this video via its verified Instagram page, said that two suspected hoodlums allegedly attacked and assaulted the former presidential candidate and activist known as Omoleye Sowore.
However, there seems to be an uproar as the suspects were said to have been apprehended and arrested within the Court premises. It was also reported that he (Sowore) came to the venue wearing Igbo attire in solidarity with the IPOB's.
More so, it was noted that his supporters said to have claimed that the department of state security DSS and the police made the suspected gangs gain access close to the premises to attack him.
It may interest you to know that today the 21st of October 2021 is said to be another day for the IPOB trials in Court and that was the reason he (Sowore) was said to have been there for the hearing.
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