A Magistrate Court sitting in Yaba has granted N1m bail to Eromosele Adene days after he was illegally arrested in his home in Ikeja.
Eromosele was arrested ten days ago following his involvement in the #EndSARS campaign.
Youths across the country had taken to the streets to call for an end to police brutality.
The peaceful protests went on for two weeks before it has hijacked by hoodlums who caused havoc across different parts of the country.
Eventually, this stopped the nationwide peaceful protests.
How Eromosele was illegally arrested
On November 7, Eromosele Adene was arrested by men of the Nigeria Police Force.
According to the sister, Onomene Adene, she was used as bait to get to her brother.
He was taken to the Area F Police Command; after which he was flown to Abuja.
However, he was returned to Lagos on Sunday, and the police filed a request for remand before a Magistrate Court.
Onomene is accused of criminal incitement, cyberstalking, provoking breach of public peace, and conduct likely to cause the breach of peace.
N1m bail and other conditions
On Tuesday, Onomene Adene was granted bail.
Honourable Magistrate Salawu granted him bail to the tune of N1m.
He will also need to produce two sureties.
Besides, the sureties must also pay N1m each; one must be a property owner, and the two must be taxpayers.
Deliberate clampdown on #EndSARS Campaigners
The government has systematically started a clampdown on #EndSARS campaigners.
Additionally, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) froze the bank accounts of some #EndSARS campaigners.
Those affected are Adegoke Pamilerin Yusif, Umoh Grace Ekanem, Babatunde Victor Segun, Mulu Louis Teghenan, Mary Oshifowora, Winifred Akpevweoghene Jacob.
Others include Nicholas Ikhalea Osazele, Ebere Idibie, Akintomide Lanre Yusuf, Uhuo Ezenwanyi Promise, Mosopefoluwa Odeseye, Bolatito Racheal Oduala.
Furthermore, Chima David Ibebunjoh, Mary Doose Kpengwa, Saadat Temitope Bibi, Bassey Victor Israel and Wisdom Busaosowo Obi also had their accounts tampered with.