It’s no more news that Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the federation, Abubakar Malami, through the DG, has ordered the DSS to release Omoyele Sowore after spending 124 days.
Despite two court order to effect Sowore’s release, the federal government and the Department of State Security (DSS) failed to comply with court rulings with continued incarceration of the Sowore, who was accused of trying to overthrow the FG with his call for revolution.
The Buhari administration has come under several condemnation form both local and international community due to her action on Sowore’s detention, likening this administration to a military dictatorship ruling.
However, new evidence has came to light since Sowore’s release around 6pm on Christmas eve that the govt released Sowore due to immense pressure from the United States. The US govt had threaten Buhari, stating that his failure to comply with court order would mean that the White House might severe all relationship with the 77-year-old president.