Two anti-President Muhammadu Buhari protesters, Larry Emmanuel and Victor Anene Udoka detained by the Kogi State Government have finally been granted bail.
The two protesters were granted bail by a magistrate’s court in the state after spending 68 days in illegal detention.
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The court on Friday granted them bail.
The court had on Wednesday adjourned ruling on the bail application for two anti-Buhari protesters till Friday.
The court resumed hearing on Wednesday after strike action by judicial workers was called off.
The court, after listening to both sides, adjourned the date for rule on the application till Friday, June 18, 2021.
A source revealed that the Magistrate, Tanko Muhammed did not rule in the bail application on Wednesday because he wanted to consult with the state Deputy Governor, Edward Onoja, who got him for the filthy job of throwing the activists in prison illegally.
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