sowore nigeria has a way of punishing the innocent banky w - Sowore: Nigeria Has A Way Of Punishing The Innocent – Banky W

Sowore: Nigeria Has A Way Of Punishing The Innocent – Banky W

banky w - Sowore: Nigeria Has A Way Of Punishing The Innocent – Banky W

Award-winning Nigerian singer, Banky W, has reacted to the judgement of a Federal High Court in Abuja, ordering the Department of State Services to release the publisher of Sahara Reporters, Omoyele Sowore, on bail.

Recall that the Presidential Candidate of the African Action Congress, Sowore, was granted bail by an Abuja Federal High Court on Tuesday.

The Justice Taiwo Taiwo-led court had noted that was no longer a subsisting order holding the convener of the Revolution Now Movement in detention, hence the need to grant him bail.

The Judge, thereafter, ordered him to deposit his international passport to the court while releasing him to his lawyer, Femi Falana.

Banky W while reacting to the ruling on twitter, described Nigeria as a country that enjoys punishing the innocent.

“I’m so thankful that our justice system made the right call by granting the release of Omoyele Sowore. Nigeria has a way of punishing the innocent and trampling on the rights, dreams and hopes of the regular citizens.”

“Every time our leaders do wrong and get away with it, we lose a little piece of our soul. We become numb, we lose hope, and we subconsciously accept that this is how things are and there’s nothing we can say or do to change it.”

“You didn’t need to be a voter or volunteer for Mr Sowore to see that this was clearly an infringement on a basic human right and a grave injustice. Freedom of speech and the right to peacefully protest is the unassailable right of every Nigerian citizen.”

“May God bless those in our justice system who stood on the right side of history by doing the right thing.”

“May God strengthen, comfort and bless Sowore, his wife and family as they have endured the most difficult of times while only being guilty of attempting to speak up for a better Nigeria,” he wrote.

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