The worst of two evils have befallen Sowore.
I knew he would be remanded in custody, but I thought that the DSS were done with him and would allow him to be remanded in regular prison, But no! The DSS are not done with him yet.
They requested, and the court granted, that Sowore remain in their custody, that is the continuation of the total isolation he has been in for 50 days now.
Note that the only prediction by Chikwado (the blind poet) that did not turn out 100% true was my prediction as to where Sowore would be remanded.
I calculated it would be in the prison, but the situation is worse for him than I foresaw, In light of that, I’m to adjust my assessment of Sowore’s case.
The following are signs of big trouble for Sowore.
The DSS is taking this case very serious.
1) The DSS refused to release him despite the order of Justice Taiwo and the outcry of many.
2) The prosecuting counsel is a senior lawyer, more senior than the one they used in Nnamdi Kanu’s case.
3) The decision to remand him in DSS custody is a special arrangement to ensure that there will be absolutely no unmonitored communication between him and the outside world.
Unless the situation changes and Sowore is remanded in prison next week, the process will break him in no time. So, we must feel pity for him now.
Written By: Chikwado the blind poet and Law student of Unilag
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