Omoyele Sowore and four others were admitted to bail by a court of magistrates sitting in Wuse Zone II, Abuja, amounting to N20 million each.
Remember that on New Year’s Eve in the nation’s capital, Sowore was detained alongside other advocacy groups for leading a protest against bad governance in the early hours.
The police had indicted the five of them on a three-count charge bordering on conspiracy, disorderly conduct, and incitement prior to the establishment.
Also, Mabel Segun-Bello, the judge, ordered that they be held at the Kuje correctional center.
Nevertheless, on Monday, the Magistrates’ court sitting in Wuse Zone II, Abuja, admitted the convener of the Revolution Now Movement and the other four to bail each in the sum of N20 million.