I Wasn't Given Access To The 5Activists Arrested For Wearing Buhari Must Go T-shirt On Sunday-Lawyer

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As we all know, Inibehe Effiong is a popular Nigerian human rights activist and columnist. He is a graduate of the Nigerian Law School, Lagos Campus, April Batch 2014.

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Recall that about some days ago, 5 Nigerian activists who wore 'Buhari must go' t-shirts to Sunday worship at Dunamis Gospel church, were arrested by the State Security Service (SSS) due to one reason or the other. Ever since the news of their arrests emerged online, alot of people has reacted to the issue via different social media platforms.

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However, in recent developments, lawyer Inibehe Effiong on his official twitter handle, revealed that the State Security Service (SSS) Abuja, didn't give him access to the 5 activist arrested on Sunday. According to him, he wrote, "I just left the headquarters of the State Security Service (SSS) in Abuja. I requested access to the five activists arrested on Sunday at Dunamis Gospel church for wearing Buhari must go t-shirts to the church. I was not given access to them". See the picture below for full details of what he posted online.

And as such, alot of people has reacted positively in different ways and manners after they came across the post online. Let's take a look at some reactions from people online below.

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