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UK applauds Buhari for releasing Dasuki, Sowore

Gill Atkinson, UK deputy high commissioner in Nigeria

The United Kingdom has applauded the Buhari government and Justice Minister, Abubakar Malami for Tuesday’s release of former National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki, and #RevolutionNow convener, Omoyele Sowore.

Gill Atkinson, deputy UK High Commissioner in Nigeria, tweeted:

“Welcome reports that @YeleSowore and Sambo Dasuki released”, the UK in Nigeria Twitter handle tweeted.

“Hope they get to spend Christmas with loved ones.

“@UKinNigeria commends @MalamiSan and Nigerian government for ensuring rule of law upheld – fundamental for democracy to thrive”.

Gill Atkinson
@GillAtkinson11
Welcome reports that @YeleSowore and Sambo Dasuki released. Hope they get to spend Christmas with loved ones. @UKinNigeria commends @MalamiSan and Nigerian government for ensuring rule of law upheld – fundamental for democracy to thrive.

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10 Comments

  1. Releasing Sowore and Dansuki was a great move by Buhari to help put up a Democratic front.

  2. please some body should help me tell the President that one day him n co shall face music for all the atrocities they have committed

  3. I don’t know about Dasuki, but on Sowore, why should the president be commended on something he should have done a long time ago?

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