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Jubilation as Eromosele ‘Eromz’ Adene is finally set free!

Arrested EndSARS protester, Eromosele ‘Eromz’ Adene has been officially freed after his bail conditions were met even as Nigerians have taken to social media platforms to celebrate.

Eromz (also spelled as Eroms) was released after spending 13 days in police detention for taking part in the #EndSARS peaceful protests. Lamenting the situation, Tola, one of the lawyer accused’s legal representatives said:

“Eroms was detained for 13 days without committing any offence – simply picked-up and detained. I don’t want to imagine the emotional strains his parents and loved ones have been under. Arrested for exercising his constitutional right by putting out a protest poster. Alarming!”

Eromz’s bail conditions had been set by the court on 17th November 2020 and it was met on 18th November 2020, according to Tola. The lawyer also gave updates of the entire process via his Twitter handle.

Around 6:02 pm, Tola finally made the announcement that many had been waiting for: “EROMS [Eromz] HAS BEEN RELEASED!” he tweeted.

See also: EndSARS Update: Eromosele Adene to be freed on NGN1 million bail

Upon his release, Modupe ‘Moe’ Odele tweeted a message from Eromz, here is what he said:

Following news of Eromosele Adene’s release, social media users have taken over with jubilant and congratulatory messages. See some of them here:

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Obinna is a fiction writer from Lagos, Nigeria, and grew up loving comic book characters and superheroes. He watches lots of action films and writes entertainment and technology articles. He is also interested in science and how things work.

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