AAC Presidential Candidate "Omoleye Sowore" Reportedly Arrested By DSS
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AAC Presidential Candidate "Omoleye Sowore" Reportedly Arrested By DSS

Data contacting us affirmed that the Convener of Revolution Now challenges, distributer of SaharaReporters and Presidential applicant of AAC at the 2019 races Mr. Omoyele Sowore has recently been captured by the DSS.

Mr. Sowore was planning a national challenge against the administration of Buhari over the maladministration and uncertainty in the nation. He had guaranteed to "shut down" the nation upon the arrival of the dissent – which he claims would hold at the same time over the urban communities of the nation.

The across the nation challenge is to hang on Monday, fifth August. The organizers of the upheaval currently challenge guarantee to have just gotten 21 urban communities in Nigeria to pursue the dissent. Also, the online networking had been flooded with video chronicles by prominent Nigerian performers have turned out in help of the dissent.

It is trusted Sowore's capture might be associated with his arranged challenge.

Sowore posted a pain tweet at precisely 1:25 am simply before his telephone was appropriated from him.


Sowore's capture comes in the midst of an expanding spate of killings of Christian priests in the southeast and kidnapping of ministers of the Redeemed Christian Church of God by Fulani Herdsmen.

The killings and snatchings additionally come after the executing of a little girl of a noticeable Yoruba pioneer by presumed Fulani Herdsmen.

These most recent events pursue the dismissal of RUGA by principally the southern areas of Nigeria.

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