Buhari’s government afraid of Adeyanju – Omokri

Reno Omokri, ex President Goodluck Jonathan’s former aide has said that the President Muhammadu Buhari led Government is afraid of Human Right activist Deji Adeyanju, hence the detention.

The police arrested Adeyanju over accusations of being involved in a murder case from the 2000s, on 13th December.

An Abuja high court judge, Justice Sandhi, on Friday, ordered
thay he immediately and unconditionally, be released by the Police, because the allegations against him, do not warrant that he be kept in detention. However,  a magistrate court sitting in Kano, in a separate ruling, ordered that Adeyanju be remanded in Police custody.

Hassan Fagge, chief magistrate said he lacked the power to take hearing on the case, and issued an order for Adeyanju’s remandment in custody till February 6, 2019, when the matter could be heard at a higher court.

Reacting to the development, Omokri said Adeyanju’s 2017 Resume or Resign protest made president Buhari cut short his 108 day stay in London and returned to Nigeria the next day.

For this he says, via his Twitter handle that the government is afraid of Adeyanju, and as such has decided to put him away.

Fear of Adeyanju Deji’s 2017 Resume or Resign protest made Muhammadu Buhari cut short his 108 day stay in London and return to Nigeria the next day. Buhari Government is afraid of Deji’s impact on the 2019 elections which is why they have locked him up until February #FreeDejiAdeyanju


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