Sowore has met bail conditions - Femi Falana

Sowore has met bail conditions - Femi Falana

- Femi Falana (SAN) has said that his client, Omoleye Sowore, has met his bail condition

- Falana made this revelation on Wednesday, November 6, at the Federal High Court in Abuja

- The human rights lawyers, however, said that his team is burdened with the refusal of the State Security Service (SSS) to allow it prepare for the defence of the defendants

Detained human rights activist, Omoyele Sowore, has met the bail conditions imposed on him by the Federal High Court in Abuja, according to his lawyer, Femi Falana.

Falana, a senior advocate of Nigeria, revealed this on Wednesday, November 6, at the Federal High Court, adding that the defendants would be freed later on in the day.

The SAN said that he has told the prosecuting counsel, Hassan Liman, that his team is worried over the refusal of the State Security Service (SSS) to allow it prepare for the defence of the defendants.

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He stated: “I had already asked my learned counsel for the prosecution, that we are confident that the defendants will be freed on Wednesday from the custody of the SSS having met the bail conditions imposed on them by this honourable court.

Sowore finally meets bail conditions - Falana

Falana said that his team is worried over the refusal of the State Security Service (SSS) to allow it prepare for the defence of the defendants.
Source: UGC

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Sowore finally meets bail conditions - Falana

Falana also said that once Sowore is freed from the custody of the SSS, he and the defendants will be in a position to take full instruction from the service.
Source: UGC

Sowore finally meets bail conditions - Falana

Sowore finally meets bail conditions - Falana
Source: UGC

Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Falana had said that he was declared persona non grata by the DSS and was not allowed to visit his client in detention.

The human rights lawyer lamented that despite the fact that the trial was fixed to begin on Wednesday, November 6, the defence team was burdened by the failure of the prosecution to allow total representation of the defendants.

He said although the trial is scheduled to commence on Wednesday, November 6, that the defence team was burdened by the failure of the prosecution to allow total representation of the defendants.

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