We wish to express deep satisfaction over the release of our sister-comrade and compatriot, Ms. Kemi Olunloyo from the Port Harcourt Maximum Prisons in Rivers State, yesterday, 9 January 2018. Although late, we are glad that the law has finally taken its course.
We also wish to thank the Rivers State government, the Christian Association of Nigeria, and every concerned authority and individual that participated in the process that led to the release of Ms. Olunloyo after being held behind bars unjustly since October 12, 2017.
In addition, we would like to thank very deeply every Nigerian who joined us to demand the immediate release of Ms. Olunloyo. Indeed, we are stronger when we speak together. We, however, hope that all concerned authorities would look into the unlawful detention of other Nigerians across the country and ensure that they are released promptly.
Finally, we would like to state that the OurMumuDonDo Movement will always be committed to the advancement of the Fundamental Human Rights of every Nigerian especially those who are unable to defend themselves in an oppressive environment like ours. We remain strongly committed to the goal of a Nigeria that works for everyone and not a few.
National Publicity Secretary