Sowore and different allies of Nnamdi Kanu, head of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), were in court for the preliminary of the dissident.
He was located before in the day around the court premises likely to go to the booked court meeting on the major rights misuse case including five activists captured at Dunamis Church, Abuja.
The Sahara Reporters distributer was, in any case, greeted as he proceeded to lifestream exercises around the court area.
“I have quite recently been captured by the Nigerian Police at the Federal High Court; Subjected to beatings by cops and take to the Federal Secretariat police headquarters,” Sowore said in his instant message to one of his partners on Monday.
Security agents, containing the police and agents of the State Security Service (SSS) had assumed control over the court premises and the connecting roads, confining developments nearby in front of the preliminary.
Sowore, among numerous writers and others, who had expected to go to the procedures were denied passage into the court premises.
He later declared his delivery in a video where he was found in a vehicle.
“I have been delivered,” Sowore said, adding that he had gotten back to the court to go to the procedures around “5 youthful people wrongfully confined by the DSS for wearing #BuhariMustGo Tshirts to Dunamis Church. Will keep all of you refreshed. Much thanks to you for your help!”.
The Federal High Court dismissed Kanu’s preliminary to October 21.