#FreeKogi2: Larry And Victor Arrested by Kogi Govt For Protesting over Hardships of Buhari Govt In Kogi Still Under detention



The two guys that were earlier arrested two months ago by Kogi state government for protesting in Kogi state are still under detention.

The guys identify as Larry and Victor whose video went viral on social media, were arrested and flogged on the order of Kogi State government.

The boys who are still under detention were said to have took to the street of the city to protest against the hardships brought on Nigerians by Buhari government.

Before they were arrested and flogged, Kogi State commissioner for Solid minerals and natural resources engineer Abubakar Bashir Gegu, took to his official social media handle to say "everyone has the right to protest, but be ready to take the consequences after the protest."

In reaction to there continue detention, Austen Anibe Otene took to his social media to wrote


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Governor Yahaya Bello and Dep. Gov. Edward Onoja of Kogi State, free Larry and Victor now. Under the United Nations charter, they have the right to peaceful protest. Illegal detention and torture is a complete abuse and a total absurdity which is totally against the charter.

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Austeen Anibe Otene"

Like father like son they said, kogi state governor Yahaya Bello who is aspiring to contest for 2023 Presidential elections always portray himself as a son of president Muhammad Buhari is a covener of human violator.

It it is obvious that he has not been elected, but want to took over from his so-called father who always kick against freedom of human being.

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