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Sowore now free to leave Abuja, as Court lifts restriction order

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Court reverses movement restriction on Sowore over alleged felony

Omoyele Sowore, a human rights activist and convener of Revolution Now, was granted freedom of movement by an Abuja Court of Appeal on Wednesday.

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Following charges of treasonable crime, cyberstalking President Muhammadu Buhari, and other offenses, Sowore’s movement was limited to Abuja by a federal high court in 2019.

Sowore can now leave Abuja but not leave Nigeria, according to the Appeal Court.

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