The level of insecurity in some parts of Nigeria is very high, some citizens of the country feel the president isn't doing enough to secure the lives and properties of Nigerians.
Sowere and his team of EndSARS protesters took to Abuja yesterday to continue the once peaceful end SARS protest which was halted after the Lekki Toll gate shooting. While they are agitating for #EndSARS as unconfirmed reports have it that even after the protest, security men are still harrassing citizens, they painted an END SARS write-up on the road and this seems not to have sat well with some military men. While they came for the end SARS protesters, telling them to leave, Sowere and crew resisted, telling
Omoyele, a former presidential aspirant, was allegedly shot with a tear gas canister by a police officer at close range in Abuja. The female police officer reportedly fired the teargas cannister at Mr Sowore who was at the Unity Fountain in Abuja for a protest. Deji Adeyanju, an activist, confirmed the incident and said he has been taken to the hospital for treatment.
Nigerian Activist and former Presidential aspirant, Omoyele Sowere has been alleged ill by his family members as the reported that he might have been injected with a poisonous substance in court. A Twitter user, @Napalivia has before now made a tweet on his account saying, “Watch this video and repeat it over and over again then you will know that Sowore has been poisoned via injection inside the courtroom,” He went on to say “After the DSS undercover agent successfully injected the poison in Sowore
It can be recalled that popular activist and former presidential candidate, Omoyele Sowore was allegedly shot in Abuja by a female police officer Altine Daniel, in the leg, during a protest on Monday. Reports gathered that quick and effective medical attention was granted him at Wellington hospital in Abuja.
While giving his followers who are calling for his release an update, human right activist, Omoyele Sowore, has described Tuesday's court bail proceeding as 'weird'. From the update Sowere gave to his followers, he revealed he and other activists were denied bail, describing the court bail proceedings as weird. He said the government is scared and is doing everything in their power to keep them detained. However, he claimed such acts will only hasten the liberation of the people. Sowere's statement on his verified
A former Nigerian Presidential aspirant and founder and leader of the revolution now movement Omoyele Sowere has shared a very interesting photo on message sharing app Twitter. Recall that before now, people have shared some throwback photos and videos of a much younger version of himself, some photos and videos portrayed and showed Sowere as a youth activist who led and was involved in numerous movements targeted towards political change. This series of photos and videos Sowere shared came at a time after there
Dear Sowere, We the entire youths in Lagos and outside Lagos are solidly in support of the proposed #OccupyLekki which is scheduled to hold on the 13th of February, 2021. We also appreciate your boldness in organizing this massive protest which is all about demanding for justice for all Nigerians who were killed in the shooting that happened in Lekki during the #Endsars protest. We are not in support of the proposed Lekki toll gate opening until justice is properly served by bringing all the perpetrators are
News broke today that Omoyele Sowere was shot in the right thigh during a protest against insecurity in Unity Fountain, Abuja. Of course one is justfied to be doubtful as it was Sahara Reporters that claimed that the activist, who also is their founder, was shot.
Former presidential candidate and activist, Omoyele Sowere mounted the hill of freedom on December 24 when he was finally released from the custody of the State Security Service (SSS) after being held for over 150 days, despite two court orders granting him bail. The news came as a pleasant surprise to his supporters and for a flash of time, democracy seems to be winning in Nigeria. However, only a select few understand the workings that enabled the release of Sowere from the claws of the SSS and by chance,
Nowadays, almost everyone in Nigeria wants to trend on social media so to achieve this, they go extra mile by doing weird or rare things, the recent person to fall under this category is Sowere.
By Ugo Chikezie Benjamin Burombo, a former labour union leader and black nationalist in southern Rhodesia once said "Each time I want to fight for the African rights I use one hand. Because the other hand is busy trying to keep away Africans who are fighting me" I, Ugo Chikezie often shake my head whenever I read people saying that Sowere deserves the way he is being treated simply because he preferred Buhari over GEJ in 2015. Sadly, it's typical of we blacks to always fight against people who are fighting
On December 24, activist and journalist, Omoyele Sowere was released from the custody of the State Security Service (SSS) after being held for over 150 days and in defiance of two court orders granting him bail. While the news came as a pleasant surprise to many, only few understand the inner workings that compelled the federal government to finally release Sowere and even Sambo Dasuki, who had been held in custody for over four years despite several courts granting him bail as well. Recall that in an earl
Earlier this morning the Department of State Services chased away the Presiding judge, and attempted to rearrest Omoyele Sowere who was released yesterday from their custody. Just yesterday the presiding judge, Hon. Justice Ijeoma Ojukwu ordered the release of Mr. Omoyele Sowere and Bakare for the third time and awarded the sum of One hundred thousand naira to him for the their continued incarceration despite their release on bail as announced by the court. She also lambasted the DSS for flouting the court�
Today 12th Febuary 2020, the trial of Omoleye Sowere, the presidential candidate of African Action Congress in the Nigeria's general elections and publisher of Sahara reporters commenced this morning at a federal High Court in Abuja. Sowere reappears in court today to face trial for treasonal felony charges slammed on him by the federal government of Nigeria. Many top Nigeria politicians came to the court to show him support and encoragement. International literary icon Prof. Wole Soyinka, Sen. Shehu Sani,
When A Blackmailer Does Not Stand for Something, He Will Fall For Anything- Reno Omokri Blast Sowere
Following the event that happened on the court of law yesterday when Sowere Omoyere decided to bring a traditional herbalist with him, spark a lot of reaction on social media.However Reno Omokri took to his twitter account today to blast him.
The EndSARS movement can not be forgotten in a hurry. During the lockdown amid the covid19 pandemic, Nigerians both within and abroad staged a movement to end police brutality and bad governance. Even though some persons might still argue that the protest didn't end as initially planned, the effect of that particular movement is still felt in some states, communities, families and even in the lives of some individuals.
It can be recall that earlier today, that a protest was carried out by Omoyele Sowere. in Abuja. And during the protest, according to some reports, Sowere is said to have been shot by a female police officer. While he was carrying out the protest with some group of other people.
Democrat activist Omoyele Sowore and popular Nigerian singer Burna Boy broke the silence after the owner of Sahara reporters invited the singer to join the protest. The incident took place after Sowere sent a Twitter message to Burna Boy urging him to join his protest on October 1. "To @burnaboy, wherever I look people have described you as a revolutionary musician, the foreign media praises you and compares you to Fela Kuti, but I have never seen you lead anyone because to the police station carrying a coffin