Xmas: Deji Adeyanju Speaks To Nigerians From Prison ⋆

Detained Convener of Involved Nigerians, Deji Adeyanju has spoken to Nigerians from Kano Central Jail, the place he’s being detained over homicide allegations.

Theophilus Agada, an affiliate of Adeyanju who visited him in jail on Christmas Day, mentioned that the activist advised him to inform Nigerians that he was in “good spirits”.

Agaba, who can be a social critic, nonetheless mentioned, “he (Adeyanju) seems to be actually emaciated, in all he’s doing advantageous.”

He added that “I met him taking part in soccer with the inmates.”

Though he was arrested on November 28 in Abuja throughout a protest match to the police headquarters to demand police neutrality within the 2019 normal election, he was later let loose on bail on orders of a Justice of the Peace court docket on December 3.

Nevertheless, Adeyanju was rearrested as he was rising from the Keffi Prisons after police mentioned a petition written by Chief of Military Workers, Tukur Buratai was pending towards him.

He was later granted bail and was launched on December 6.

The police went forward and rearrested him on December 13 over unresolved homicide allegations towards him in 2005, in response to Buratai’s petition.

He was moved to Kano on December 18 and arraigned earlier than a Chief Justice of the Peace’s Courtroom on December 21.

The court docket remanded him in jail till February 2019 regardless of pleading a scarcity of jurisdiction to listen to the case.

He has been in detention ever since.

Regardless of Adeyanju’s travails, Agada mentioned “he desires Nigerians to be resilient till this despotic regime is voted out of energy subsequent February.

“In a nutshell, Deji is doing okay in jail and hopeful that freedom would come not just for him for Nigerians as a collective.”



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  1. Good one

  2. Hmm

  3. ok..touching

  4. wow, nice one.

  5. That is d problem of this country. U are in trouble once u rise up for truth

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