#EndSARS protester, Peter Eromosele Adene, was on Thursday released by the Nigeria Police after spending 12 days in their custody.
Naija News reports that his release was disclosed by his lawyer, Moe Odele, on her Twitter handle.
Recall that Eromosele on Tuesday granted bail by the Magistrate Court sitting in Yaba, Lagos State.
The court granted Eromosele bail to the tune of one million naira and two sureties who must be family members.
The court also rejected the request by the Nigerian Police to detain him for another 30 days to conclude an investigation on allegations against him.
Eromosele was arrested from his home on November 7 and has been in Police custody for the past twelve days.
He was allegedly arrested from his home for participating in the #EndSARS Protest. However, after the proceedings in court on Tuesday, he has been granted bail by Magistrate O.A.Salawu.
The judge noted that it was important that Eromosele’s fundamental right should not be infringed upon in the interest of justice.
Source: Naija News