EndSARS protester, Eromosele Adene, has been released from police custody.
The activist regained freedom released on Thursday November 19, two days after he was granted bail of N1 million by a Magistrate court in Yaba.
Eronmosele was arrested on November 7 over alleged terrorism and inciting civil unrest during the ENDSARS protest.
Message from Eromz!! Omg! Thank you everyone pic.twitter.com/lXjmwkydfC
— Moe (@Mochievous) November 19, 2020
See some reactions from social media users below ;
@EditiEffiong wrote ;
Eromz is free. Their fathers!
Thank you FK, Moe, Tola, Rinu and everyone who’s been involved in getting him out.
@DrOlufunmilayo wrote ;
JUST NOW: Eromz is finally out.
He would sleep in his house after almost two weeks in a police den.
May God comfort him.
Not many people know how mentally and physically traumatising that period must be for someone who has committed no crime.
Big big congratulations to him!!!
@tundeleye wrote ;
You see this Eromz case
A justice system that allows the police deprive you of freedom with no charge, with no offence committed, just frivolously detain you and still be talking about bail is fundamentally flawed and unjust.
It’s a big part of why police acts how they do.