Okada Man Gets Imprisoned For Revealing Location Of Glory Okolie Who's Been Missing For Over 71 Days
Few weeks ago, Harrison Gwamnishu, a popular human rights Activist, took to his Facebook page to inform the world about the story of a missing lady named Glory Okolie. Harrison Gwamnishu claimed that the missing lady was labelled as being a member of the Eastern Security Network (ESN).
The estranged wife of the former minister of aviation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode has been arrested and detained in Abuja. The human rights activist, Harrison Gwamnishu, disclose this on his Instagram page. In his post, he said that Precious was detained after she honored the police invitation on Wednesday 4th August 2021.
Activist Harrison Gwamnishu has committed his time, energy and resources to helping Nigerians who are being abused or intimidated over the years. He made it his responsibility and priority to assist and support people in distress. He constantly shows love, support and care to anyone in needs.
The efforts of men to secure the release of the kidnapped Church members of the Living Faith Church proved resultful as one of them has been announced released. They want to use the Children of God for their kidnapping business but God intervened. Recall that we made a post here 2 days ago about Harrison Gwamnishu who announced how the kidnappers of the three girls from Living Faith Church in Kogi state were demanding N1M each before they can be released.
Gunmen who abducted 3 persons at a Living Faith Church Branch in Kogi State are allegedly demanding #1 million ransom each for the victims. This information was shared via the verified Facebook page of Harrison Gwamnishu on 31 August 2021. He revealed that the bandit's spokesman called his phone number and made their demands.
Human Rights activist, Harrison Gwamnishu who hails from Delta State, Nigeria has taken to his official Facebook page to reveal that he had a golden opportunity to move away from Nigeria back when he was still in New Jersey after he was imprisoned for a crime he knew nothing about, but but he did not move because of his advocacy.
Photo Credit: Harrison Gwamnishu According to a disturbing news that was posted by Punch Newspaper this morning, it was made known that a 21-year-old girl, whose name was given as Glory Okolie, is currently being used as a maid in police detention. Information given concerning the incident made it known that, Glory, who did JAMB this year, was declared missing on the 17th of June, 2021 and surprisingly, a young man who got released from detention at June ending, came back to her family house to tell them that he saw Glory at IRT office, Tiger Base in Owerri, Imo State, washing clothes and cooking for police officers there and due to this, her family members went there to bail her, but since then, they have been giving them one story or the other untill recently, when investigation revealed it that Glory has been tagged as IPOB member and has been transferred to Abuja.
Murder Case: 2 Things Harrison Might Do To Avoid Police Detention When Going To Honor His Invitation
The report had it that the Nigerian Police Force has invited human rights activist, Harrison Gwamnishu, for a "murder case" investigation. Recall that Harrison had posted Glory's detention on Facebook, demanding her release, which has also generated others outcry on social media.
Getting adequate education is unarguably money-sapping these days. This is why when Harrison Gwamnishu, a well known human rights activist shared the story of two young children on Facebook today, it got mixed reactions from people. In this article, we would be looking at how Harrison Gwamnishu saved these young children when they were about to dropout of school in 2019.
Harrison Gwamnishu, a human rights activist, has raised concerns about a 15-year-old secondary school student who was allegedly kidnapped in Enugu, forced to convert to Islam, and is due to be married off in Kaduna. Chioma Chinedu, a minor, was abducted and converted to Islam in Anchau village in Kaduna State, according to Gwamnishu.
Few days ago, Delta based Human Rights Activist Harrison Gwamnishu, took to his social media to narrate how he was shot by Police officers on patrol, without any form of provocation. However, the police officer that shot him and three of his colleagues have been summoned by the Inspector General of Police.
A Nigerian human rights activist and a member of Delta State Judicial Panel of Inquiry on Police brutality, Harrison Gwamnishu has told the general public that he did not study law anywhere in the world. He disclosed this as he champions the struggle for the release of the 21-year-old IPOB girlfriend, Miss Glory Okolie who was illegally detained by the Nigerian Police Force.
Human rights activist, Harrison Gwamnishu has taken to Facebook to flaunt the gifts presented to Him on His birthday. Harrison is well known as a man who does everything humanly possible to see that those who got no voice in society aren't left abandoned. Harrison Gwamnishu has helped so many people in turbulent times and his good deeds are worth talking about.
According to Gwamnishu, the youngster known as Chioma Chinedu was abducted and converted to Islam in Kaduna State's Anchau village and has allegedly been hypnotized by her abductors who refuse to let her free. Harrison Gwamnishu, a human rights activist, has expressed concern about the location of a 15-year-old secondary school student who was allegedly kidnapped in Kaduna, converted to Islam, and is ready to marry a suitor.
Nigerian Human Rights activist who is a member of the Delta Judicial Panel of Inquiry on Police brutality, Harrison Gwamnishu has cried out over the unlawful detention of Glory Okolie by the Intelligence Response Team, (IRT), of Nigerian Police. The Activist said that Glory Okolie whose age is 21 years old was arrested and has been in detention since 17th June 2021 because she is a girlfriend to a member of Indigenous People Of Biafra, IPOB.
Nollywood actor, Kingsley Orji, popularly known as Egbe Igwe, has called out human rights activist, Harrison Gwamnishu, for withholding money donated towards his treatment. Recall that Kingsley Orji was involved in a ghastly accident in June 2019 which affected his hip bone and left him bedridden for several months.
A woman and her two daughters including a little baby were locked out by a landlord in Asaba, Delta state after the family was unable to pay off their utility bills and rent that expired last month. The incident provoked a human rights activist, Harrison Gwamnishu, who has vowed to take up the case against the landlord who reportedly erected the house without proper approval.
Lawyers' Group Gives Nigeria Police 2-Week Ultimatum Over Woman Illegally Detained For Alleged IPOB Links
A group in the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) the Section on Public Interest and Development Law (SPIDEL) has given the Nigeria Police Force a two-week ultimatum to release a 21-year-old Imo State woman, Gloria Okolie, who was arrested and detained for 72 days for allegedly having links with the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).
The internet is apparently on frenzy, following a video of an ailing Nollywood actor calling out human rights activist, Harrison Gwamishu, for holding onto the money that was donated for his treatment. The actor identified as Kingsley Orji, is suffering from a leg problem and using clutches to walk.
It is no longer news that popular Nollywood actor, Kingsley Orji has been battling with a serious injury on his leg for some years now. Recently the comic actor took to social media to call out human rights activist, Harrison Gwamnishu, accused him of withholding money donated for his treatment.