Human rights activist and former African Action Congress presidential candidate Omoyele Sowore has compared President Bola Tinubu to his predecessor, former president Muhammadu Buhari.
Sowore made this analogy after being denied a meeting with Nnamdi Mazi, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, at the Department of State Services headquarters in Abuja.
Sowore alleged that despite Kanu extending a legitimate invitation, he was not permitted to meet with the controversial group’s leader.
This incident marked the second time Sowore claimed to have been denied access to Kanu.
He shared his frustration about the situation in a Facebook post on Thursday.
He wrote, “#FreeNnamdiKanuNow I spend several hours at the @OfficialDSSNG headquarters in Abuja, I was invited by Onyedu @MaziNnamdiKanu to pay him a visit in custody, however, after hours of rigmarole the DSS told me I can’t see him today.
“This is the second time I am being denied lawfully ordered visitation to Mazi since his illegal abduction from Kenya.
“The Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu regime continues to demonstrate intolerance towards lawful agitation for self-determination. Tinubu is not different from Muhammadu Buhari #Revolutiinnow.”