The two times African Action Congress, AAC, presidential candidate, Comrade Omoyele Sowore has reacted to President Tinubu’s inability to correct where necessarily important.
Sowore in a circulated video interview with journalists said, “this Tinubu’s government will make it so easy for people to revolt and get forced to make sudden revolution happen in Nigeria.”
“It’s as if it’s a blessing in disguise for Revolution to happen in Nigeria”, Sowore said.
“He will be moving from mistake to mistakes to the point that the people will have no option than to join hands and push all of them out of government.”
You can quote me anywhere, Sowore confidentially stated.
Meanwhile, Mr Sowore was sensationally arrested in a Gestapo manner by SSS operatives in Lagos on August 3, 2019, for planning to organise a protest tagged: “#RevolutionNow”.
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It was the President Muhammadu Buhari administration’s first major clampdown on Mr Sowore who had at the time become critical of the regime over its poor handling of the economy, insecurity, and other major issues of governance.
However, the Federal High Court in Abuja once declared the arrest of an activist and publisher of SaharaReporters, Omoyele Sowore, over his 2019 #RevolutionNow protest, as illegal.
Delivering judgement in the fundamental rights enforcement suit filed by Mr Sowore, the judge, Obiora Egwuato, ordered the State Security Service (SSS) to pay N1million to the activist.
This came about few months after another judge of the Federal High Court in Abuja, Anwuli Chikere, ordered the SSS to pay N2 million to Mr Sowore over the unlawful seizure of his mobile phone at the point of his arrest in 2019.