2023: See What Omoyele Sowore Will Do If He Becomes Nigerian President

Just as others, the publisher of SaharaReporters and human rights activist, Comr Sowore Omoyele who joined the 2023 presidential race yesterday made his manifesto.

Presidential aspirant and National Chairman of the African Action Congress (AAC), vowed to release fellow agitators  from detention if he comes the president.

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Recall that the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, and the leader of Yoruba Nation Agitator, Sunday Igboho are facing trials for various allegations by the federal government.

The Investigative journalist who made  his formal declaration to run for the position of Nigeria’s president in the next year general elections in Abuja, vowed to set all the political detainees free.

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Other detainees Sowore said he would set free were those held illegally in the custody.

The presidential aspirant and initiator of ‘Revolution Now,’ ‘Buhari Must Go,’ initiative vowed to make sure that all ethnic groups agitating for self-determination get justice.

Hear him, “As soon as I am sworn in on June 12, 2023, I will release all political detainees, particularly Nnamdi Kanu and Sunday Igboho. People who are asking for self-determination should not go to prison.

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“Those in the Diaspora must also be given the right to vote during the election. We will not encourage those who put them in prison.

“They should be rehabilitating prisons now because they may have to spend some time there as well. For those who are pushing the struggle for self-determination.

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“We will accord you the opportunity you are seeking by creating a new Constitution for Nigeria, which must necessarily contain the right to self-determination and the right to a referendum if you are tired of Nigeria,” he explained.

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