Nnamdi Chude, the Labour Party supporter who was arrested on allegations bordering on cyberstalking, has been released.
Chude was released on Friday after being detained for six days.
Chude was arrested on March 18 by the Anambra State cybersecurity police unit and covertly transferred to the Force Headquarters the next day, according to the Nigerian Voice.
Following widespread inquiries about his whereabouts and crime, the police revealed in a press release on Wednesday that a petition had been filed against Chude for violating Section 24 of the Cybercrimes (Prohibition, Prevention, etc.) Act 2015 and other criminal laws, and that he was being investigated by the Force National Cyber Crime Centre (NCCC).
According to the police, a preliminary case has been filed against him, and he has been transferred to the Force Legal Department for further investigation.
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