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17 Oct, 4 tweets, 1 min read
UPDATE. Better late than never.

Here’s what the #EndSARS legal team was up to yesterday (10/17)

GWARINPA Abuja - Joseph Onyilo and 4 others were released. The N37k Joseph’s family paid was also refunded. The 4 were
Abel, Micheal, Ameh and DD.
SHOMOLU LAGOS - Two brothers Niyi and Temitope Ibrahim were released.

IYAGANKU IBADAN - the remaining 5 persons in detention were released.
Cases we are still tracking.

SHOMOLU: we got a report of more protesters being at the same station, although we sent a lawyer there to confirm, we still do not have any names.

BWARI ABUJA: we got a report of a Ehbodaghe Blessing who was arrested. We are yet to locate her.
LEKKI LAGOS: we received a missing person report for Ayo-Olagunju Chibuzor Ruben. Male. Height: 6ft
He was last seen at the Festival of Light procession held on the 16th of October.
If you have any more info on his location please let me know.

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15 Oct
Okay back to legal

UPDATE Sapele: all 14 protesters arrested in Ughelli and taken to Sapele have been released

It was a tricky one as 6 were arrested in connection with the unrest on the day of the protest, while the other eight were arrested in connection with a murder charge
They were arraigned before a magistrate but the AG entered a Nolle Pr

The AG entered a Nolle Prosequi (will no longer prosecute) Order & so the detainees were released. #EndSARS #Sapele
Thank you to the village who made it happen.
*15 not 14. My error. Sorry about that. Here are their names:

Here are their names sir:

1. Ejeneme Precious
2. Umukoro Joshua
3. Ovie Onome
4. Duke Evans
5. Oghenebrune Ovie
6. Oroghodo Friday
7. Prosper Johnson
8. Iboyi Emmanuel
9. Umukoro Rukevwe
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Update Security: Security deployed to the following places:
Airport road
Lekki toll

For tomorrow


Will update on this thread. #EndSWAT
Security deployed to Ifako-Ijaiye for tomorrow. #EndSWAT #EndsSARS
Security deployed to Shagamu for Sunday 💪🏽💪🏽
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This is critical!
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School gives you the serendipity of encounters that will change the trajectory of your life.
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I’ll give you a practical example.
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