The UK government has reacted to the drama which played out in court during the arrest of Sahara Reporters publisher, Omoyele Sowore, by the Department of State Security, DSS.
In a series of tweets, the British High Commission in Nigeria stated that it is following Sowore’s case as they urged for respect for the rule of law and free and responsible speech which are fundamental to democracy.
The tweets read:
“As we celebrate #HumanRightsDay, we encourage all political, state and non-state actors to uphold the ideals set out in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, signed 71 years ago today.
“We are following closely the continued detention of #Sowore. Respect for the rule of law and free and responsible speech is fundamental for #democracy.
“The UK is committed to defending and strengthening human rights worldwide and, as we conclude #16DaysofActivism2019, working to end gender-based violence.”
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