Heavy Police at the Yaba Magistrates Court where Eromosele Adene’s case is heard, Journalists are currently barred from entry

There is heavy Police presence at the Yaba Magistrates Court where Eromosele Adene’s case is to be heard today, November 17.

According to online reports, Journalists are currently barred from entry and Eromosele Adene is already on the court premises.His mother speaking to the media, said the protest is part of fundamental Human and Nigerian government should free her son.Eromosele is currently still waiting for the commencement of his case at the Yaba Magistrates Court.

There was commotion earlier when police barred some members of the public from gaining access into court premises where case is been heard.

Eromosele has been in detention for 10 days with no official charges filed against him,  following his involvement in the EndSARS protest in Lagos.

Court will rule today on if he’ll be detained for additional 30 days or not.

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