Sowore React to Federal High Court for turning down a Secret Request by DSS to Arrest CBN Governor over Allegations Terrorism Financing

Sowore React to Federal High Court for turning down a Secret Request by DSS to Arrest CBN Governor over Allegations Terrorism Financing

The presidential candidate of the African Action Congress (AAC), Omoyele Sowore, on Tuesday, criticised the Federal High Court Abuja for turning down a secret request by the Department of State Services (DSS) to arrest the Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Godwin Emefiele, over allegation of terrorism financing.
Prompt News reports that Sowore said if Nigerian security agents could arrest Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in Kenya, it is scandalous that they are unable to arrest Emefiele who is accused of terrorism financing and economic sabotage.

(1/2) The @cenbank thieving Gov. @GodwinIEmefiele vs Lawless DSS court injunction drama shows how incompetence and lack of coordination by the shambolic and disgraceful @MBuhari regime has become. DSS approaching a high court to secure an order to arrest Emefiele without evidence

— Omoyele Sowore (@YeleSowore) December 20, 2022

(2/2) when they could have arrested him anyways and charge him for the crimes alleged in their affidavit. The same lawless agency that went to Kenya to kidnap @MaziNnamdiKanu could not arrest @GodwinIEmefiele for terrorism related offences?
now yesmen & rented-a-crowd are happy pic.twitter.com/LiwY3I18cv

— Omoyele Sowore (@YeleSowore) December 20, 2022

“The @cenbank thieving Gov. @GodwinIEmefiele vs Lawless DSS court injunction drama shows how incompetence and lack of coordination by the shambolic and disgraceful @MBuhari regime has become.

“DSS approaching a high court to secure an order to arrest Emefiele without evidence when they could have arrested him anyways and charge him for the crimes alleged in their affidavit.

“The same lawless agency that went to Kenya to kidnap @MaziNnamdiKanu could not arrest @GodwinIEmefiele for terrorism related offences? Now yesmen & rented-a-crowd are happy,” Sowore wrote on his verified Twitter handle.

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