Breaking: Court set to hear fresh application filed by the DSS to detain Omoyele Sowore for additional 20 days.

The Department of State Services has sought order from the federal high court in Abuja to detain the publisher of Sahara reporters, Omoyele  for additional twenty days.

The federal government  had on 20th September filed a seven-count charge of fraud and treasonable felony against Mr Sowore.

In the new charges the government is  accusing Mr Sowore of making several transfers of $16,975 and $20,475 from his domiciliary account with the United Bank for Africa with the intention of concealing the origin of the money.

Operatives of the DSS, had in August arrested Sowore over his call for revolution ahead of the #RevolutionNow protests which held in some parts of the country