- A Nigerian lady has been released after being detained on charges of terrorism and being a member of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra
- Announcing the release of the young lady, social activist, Harrison Gwamnishu said the young lady named Glory Okolie spent several months in custody
- The story has sparked reactions online with many people expressing anger that the lady was unjustly detained after she was arrested
After spending several months in detention, a Nigerian lady, Glory Okolie has regained her freedom.
She was detained last year after she was arrested and charged for allegedly being a terrorist and a member of the proscribed Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB). She has now been released.
Freedom at last
Sharing the good news of Glory's release, social activist, Harrison Gwamnishu said the young lady was arrested by the IGP Intelligence Response Team headed then by Abba Kyari. Gwamnishu said on Instagram:
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"Freedom at last. More than four months in custody, Glory Okolie has been released from prison custody. Glory okolie was accused of terrorism and being member of IPOB by IGP IRT headed then by Abba Kyari. Congratulations to us."
See his post below:
Social media users react
The post has attracted lots of comments from members of the public. See some of the comments below:
"So what is the next move against the people responsible for her ilegal detention?"
"This is a good news... congratulations."
"Thank God, more strength to u sir."
"Wow! At last. God bless you and may God be with the girl as well."
"Thank you Odogwu. They should be made to pay damages."
"Thank you for efforts. God is great."
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"You’re too much Harrison ❤️...may God always carry your matter on his head the way you carry peoples own amen."
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Meanwhile Legit.ng had previously reported that a Nigerian man arrested during the #EndSARS protest was recently released.
The man named Peter John said he spent a year and three months in detention at the Kirikiri Correctional Facility in Lagos.
Peter's release was facilitated by a Nigerian lawyer, Festus Ogun and the story elicited angry reactions online.