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Nicholas Mbah Released After 8 Months. #EndSARS People In Kirikiri More Than 500 by lalasticlala(m): 7:55am On Jun 21
#EndSARS: Protester illegally detained in Kirikiri prison for 8 months speaks on experience

Nicholas Mbah, an up-and-coming artiste who was illegally detained in Kirikiri Prison, Lagos, for participating in the #EndSARS protests in October 2020, has narrated his experience.

He was released after spending eight months in prison. According to him, there are several others who are finding their lives difficult in incarceration for committing no offence.

The sad tale

Mr Mbah was arrested by police in the Ojo area of Lagos on October 29, 2020 while withdrawing money at an ATM stand. The police accused him of being part of the #EndSARS protests that fuelled the attacks on police stations in the area.

POLITICS NIGERIA gathered that Mr Mbah was driven to Panti in Yaba before he was arraigned on November 2, 2020 at the Magistrate’s Court of Lagos State.

The police charged him for conspiracy to commit felony, “armed robbery, arson and rioting”. They also accused him of setting fire on “two police patrol vehicles at Ojo Police Station valued at N20 million.”

Despite suffering from hemorrhagic complications, the court ordered that he should be remanded in Kirikiri. After several months of suffering, Mr Mbah was granted bail on March 6, 2021 in the sum of N50,000 with two sureties in like sum.

Unfortunately, he could not meet the bail conditions. By the time he was going to meet the condition, Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) had begun a strike. The industrial action lasted for 64 days.

Mr Mbah, however regained his freedom and reunited with his family members last Wednesday.

Justice for others in prison

Speaking on his experience in prison, Mr Mbah has called on human rights lovers to move for the release of many other protesters in prison.

“There are still many people in the prison. They were arrested for participating in #EndSARS protest. The police arrested most innocent people that were doing their normal business. Some were arrested at the door of their house.”

“I was taking to Kirikiri on November 5 and released on June 15. There are still many people rusting in jail. If I am not lying, #EndSARS people in Kirikiri are more than 500. People are suffering for nothing. I am not saying this because I want to say it, I am saying the truth,” Mr Mbah said.

https://politicsnigeria.com/endsars-protester-illegally-detained-in-kirikiri-prison-for-8-months-speaks-on-experience/

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Re: Nicholas Mbah Released After 8 Months. #EndSARS People In Kirikiri More Than 500 by uptimumOne23(m): 8:00am On Jun 21
Nothing like illegally detained, he's an Ipob miscreant that should have rot in jail.

Well sha.. with 8months and the watery beans they'd fed him should be enough to reset his empty brain

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Re: Nicholas Mbah Released After 8 Months. #EndSARS People In Kirikiri More Than 500 by Aremwayne: 8:01am On Jun 21
Shithole Nation

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Re: Nicholas Mbah Released After 8 Months. #EndSARS People In Kirikiri More Than 500 by Nobody: 8:01am On Jun 21
Na wah. undecided

How do we know the guy in question was arrested for protesting and not something else?

Either way, thank God he has gained his freedom!

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Re: Nicholas Mbah Released After 8 Months. #EndSARS People In Kirikiri More Than 500 by Aremwayne: 8:01am On Jun 21
H angry
Re: Nicholas Mbah Released After 8 Months. #EndSARS People In Kirikiri More Than 500 by ModeXug: 8:01am On Jun 21
Iz Olite!

Freedom of speech and expression is long dead in this kwan3


Front page again today is not easy grin grin grin

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Re: Nicholas Mbah Released After 8 Months. #EndSARS People In Kirikiri More Than 500 by babyfaceafrica: 8:01am On Jun 21
Hmmm
Re: Nicholas Mbah Released After 8 Months. #EndSARS People In Kirikiri More Than 500 by Juliusmalema: 8:01am On Jun 21
People should know when to fight and when to quit and not putting their lives in danger.

Being part of the protest that yielded Nothing, he suppose spend extra 8 months in prison to learn bitter lessons on why Lugard called it Nigeria.

People must always learn to face their business in a strange environment and only push their rights within as far as they are paying for tax.

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Re: Nicholas Mbah Released After 8 Months. #EndSARS People In Kirikiri More Than 500 by MarveworldG: 8:01am On Jun 21
Hmm
Re: Nicholas Mbah Released After 8 Months. #EndSARS People In Kirikiri More Than 500 by bonechamberlain(m): 8:01am On Jun 21
APC angry
Re: Nicholas Mbah Released After 8 Months. #EndSARS People In Kirikiri More Than 500 by Princeton92(m): 8:01am On Jun 21
Wahala ooo
Re: Nicholas Mbah Released After 8 Months. #EndSARS People In Kirikiri More Than 500 by rawtouch: 8:01am On Jun 21
this is a sad tale
Re: Nicholas Mbah Released After 8 Months. #EndSARS People In Kirikiri More Than 500 by mccloud224(m): 8:02am On Jun 21
If this was an ESN,IPOB and MNK thread, slaves of Fulani reptilians would have been crawling all over the place.
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Re: Nicholas Mbah Released After 8 Months. #EndSARS People In Kirikiri More Than 500 by xpressionx(m): 8:02am On Jun 21
Fear who no fear Buhari

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Re: Nicholas Mbah Released After 8 Months. #EndSARS People In Kirikiri More Than 500 by Aremwayne: 8:02am On Jun 21
Buhari is an undiluted failure, An unrepentant jihadist.

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Re: Nicholas Mbah Released After 8 Months. #EndSARS People In Kirikiri More Than 500 by falseprophet: 8:02am On Jun 21
lipsrsealed
Re: Nicholas Mbah Released After 8 Months. #EndSARS People In Kirikiri More Than 500 by tosik(m): 8:02am On Jun 21
Make we just sell this country off....

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Re: Nicholas Mbah Released After 8 Months. #EndSARS People In Kirikiri More Than 500 by talk2hb1(m): 8:02am On Jun 21
Welcome Back
Re: Nicholas Mbah Released After 8 Months. #EndSARS People In Kirikiri More Than 500 by kudinkarfe: 8:03am On Jun 21
Good for them. Many Yorubas were sent to kirikri prison by Buhari since the eighties but their love for him is unconditional. Buhari would soon send Jagaban to kirikiri and they will form OPC. Cunning man die cunning man bury am.

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Re: Nicholas Mbah Released After 8 Months. #EndSARS People In Kirikiri More Than 500 by Mindlog: 8:03am On Jun 21
It is only just a matter of time.....
Re: Nicholas Mbah Released After 8 Months. #EndSARS People In Kirikiri More Than 500 by Classicalman(m): 8:03am On Jun 21
Bubu are you aware of this?
Re: Nicholas Mbah Released After 8 Months. #EndSARS People In Kirikiri More Than 500 by wpadmin: 8:03am On Jun 21
Na wa
Re: Nicholas Mbah Released After 8 Months. #EndSARS People In Kirikiri More Than 500 by oluseyiforjesus(m): 8:04am On Jun 21
Nigeria my country.......... Assuming one celebrity is there dey for Don comot

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