“All The Inmates Currently In SARS Cells Should Have Their Cases Reviewed” – Apostle Johnson Suleman Says

October 15, 2020
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According to him, as Nigerians are fighting for people who might have been killed by SARS, efforts should be made to fight for those also in detention.

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Apostle Johnson Suleman

The General overseer of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman has called on the government to review the cases of all inmates held in detention by the recently dissolved Special Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS.

According to him, as much as Nigerians are currently fighting for people who might have been killed by operatives of the disbanded unit, efforts should be made to fight for those in detention over trumped-up charges after been tortured to admit under duress what they were innocent of.

 He stated this on his Twitter handle;

”All the inmates currently in SARS cells should have their cases reviewed…in as much as we fighting for the ones killed,what about the ones in detention over trumped up charges..tortured to admit under duress what they were innocent of..we need their cases reviewed..”

Apostle Johnson Suleman

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