Jason Rezaian, a writer for Global Opinions in this piece published in Washington Post, condemned the detention of Omoyele Sowore, a prominent journalist and political activist.
One of Omoleye Sowore's lawyers, Marshal Abubakar, has said that the activist is still in DSS custody because the officer in charge of authoritising his release is not available at the moment.
the Department of State Services (DSS) says it has received the court order which mandated release of Nigerian activist and convener of the RevolutionNow protest, Omoyele Sowore.
A media report indicates that an activist, Omoyele Sowore, has begun hunger strike to protest his continued detention by the Department of State Service (DSS).
Hukumar tsaro na DSS a ranar Alhamis, 7 ga watan Nuwamba ta karyata rahotannin cewa ta ki ba umurnin kotu hadin kai wacce ta bukaci a bayar da belin jagoran zanga-zangar juyin-juya hali, Omoyele Sowore.
The Department of State Services (DSS) has reacted to reports and insinuations that it is frustrating the bid by Omoyele Sowore, convener of the #RevolutionNow movement, to secure freedom following a bail granted by a court.