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Published On: Thu, Aug 6th, 2020

#Revolution Now: Sowore wants to create anarchy in Nigeria – BMO says

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Omoyele Sowore

Omoyele Sowore

By Christiana Ekpa

Buhari Media Organising (BMO) has said the planned protests by the Coalition for Revolution, conveners of the “Revolution Now” protests, is only a subterfuge to create anarchy across the country.
BMO said it is another attempt by the anarchist, Omoyele Sowore, to actualise his desire for chaos and destabilisation.
In a statement signed by chairman of BMO, Niyi Akinsiju, and the Secretary, Cassidy Madueke, the organization said “Security agents, including the Directorate of State Services (DSS) must understand that what is being touted as a protest against corruption, is not what it is. It is that notorious group making an attempt to push its agenda of “revolution” under a seemingly innocuous umbrella.
BMO in the statement called on security agents and government prosecutors to take notice of the potential breach of Sowore’s bail conditions.
The group recalled that one of the conditions for Sowore bail by the court was that he was not to attend or participate in any form of rallies or protests pending the determination of the charges against him.
“A protest by Sowore’s Revolution Now Group is a protest by Sowore, albeit by proxy. He is the planner and it should be seen for the subterfuge that it is. The objectives of this sinister and dangerous group have not changed. What we have here is Sowore playing puppeteer over the protesters to do his bidding.
“We call on the prosecutors of Sowore’s matter, the DSS and the courts not to take this breach lightly”, the statement said.
It is recalled that the DSS had warned, a few weeks ago, that there were plans by some persons to destabilise the country.
The Buhari Media Organization stated that, that warning was not unconnected with the evil plans by Sowore and his men to start an uprising in the country.

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