Sowore, Nnamdi Kanu plotted to overthrow Buhari — SSS

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The State Security Services (SSS) has questioned the Federal High Court order, enabling it to detain Omoyele Sowore, Convener, #RevolutionNow protests, for 45 days against its request of 90 days pending investigation.

The SSS claimed that its research so far revealed that “RevolutionNow” was allegedly a plan of Mr Sowore and his associates “to topple the government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.”

The DSS announced it was involved in a painstaking investigation of activities of Mr Sowore, the candidate of the African Action Congress (AAC) in the last presidential election, in view of the quantum of proof so far found and may return to court to seek an extension of the 45 days granted by the Abuja-based court to detain him.

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The security agency revealed this in a recent document it filed at the Federal High Court on Monday in response to an application by Mr Sowore.

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