JUST IN: Court Lifts Restriction Order On Sowore
The Abuja Court of Appeal has reversed movement restriction on Sowore over alleged felony.
According to RIPPLES NIGERIA, Sowore’s movement was limited to Abuja by a federal high court in 2019 following charges of treasonable crime, cyberstalking President Muhammadu Buhari, and other offenses.
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RIPPLES NIGERIA reports that the restriction of movement has been reversed and Sowore can now leave Abuja but not leave Nigeria, according to the Appeal Court.Information Guide Nigeria
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