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2 May 2022
That time has finally come when the biggest question in our political life will be asked and answered. Who succeeds Buhari? It is the million dollar question that everyone is trying so hard to answer.
10 Oct 2021
Going by suggestions by the Attorney General of the Federation and feelers from the Department of State Services, the Federal Government may have decided to file charges of terrorism
12 Jan 2021
The Chief Magistrate Court sitting in Abuja has finally granted bail to the convener of #RevolutionNow and publisher of Sahara Reporters, Omoyele Sowore.
11 Jan 2021
A magistrate court sitting in Wuse Zone 2, Abuja, on Monday, granted bail to the convener of #RevolutionNow, Omoyele Sowore, in the sum of N20 million. Sowore and four others- Peter Williams, Sanyaolu Juwon, Emmanuel Bulus and Damilare Adenola - are standing trial for alleged unlawful assembly, criminal conspiracy, and inciting public disturbance. The defendants…
26 Aug 2020
A magistrates's court sitting in Calabar, Cross River State, yesterday, discharged and acquitted two journalists for alleged misconduct in the #RevolutionNow protest of August 5, 2019.
7 Aug 2020
Center for Democracy and Development (CDD) has condemned the arrest of #RevolutionNow protesters in parts of the country, saying it is a clear indication that the Muhammadu Buhari administration
6 Aug 2020
Nigeria Police yesterday deployed security operatives in Lagos and Abuja as the force arrested members of the #RevolutionNow group.
4 May 2020
A Federal High Court in Lagos has awarded N1m against the Federal Government over the disruption of #RevolutionNow protest. The court awarded the N1m in favour of a Lagos-based lawyer, Olukoya Ogungbeje, who said he participated in the protest and was among those tear-gassed by security agents. The nationwide protest was convened by Sahara Reporters…
25 Dec 2019
The Nigeria Government Wednesday said the government's decision to keep Sahara Reporters publisher Omoyele Sowore in detention was because he planned to overthrow President Muhammadu Buhari. "Some international news outlets have mistakenly been describing his release as that of a journalist," Buhari's media aide Garba Shehu said in a statement. "Sowore called for a revolution…
11 Dec 2019
Without knowing it, the Department of State Services (DSS), Nigeria’s detachment of secret police, is helping Omoyele Sowore to push his agenda for #RevolutionNow
7 Dec 2019
The United States Senator Cory Anthony Booker has said the invasion of the Federal High Court, Abuja, to re-arrest RevolutionNow convener and Publisher of Sahara Reporter Omoyele Sowore is a shocking affront to Nigeria's rule of law. "It’s appalling that NJ journalist Omoyele Sowore was re-arrested in Nigeria hours after his release," Booker said on…
6 Dec 2019
The officials of the Department of Security Service Friday re-arrested the convener of RevolutionNow Omoyele Sowore barely 24hours after his release.

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