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Harrison Gwamnishu, a human rights activist, sobs as he commemorates the fifth anniversary of his acquittal after being unfairly imprisoned for four years.

Harrison Gwanishu, a human rights activist, has gone to social media to express his emotions on the 5th anniversary of his acquittal by a court after being wrongly imprisoned for four years.

Harrison was arrested in 2011 after a false robbery charge was leveled against him by his former boss. He was accused with “conspiracy, illegal possession of firearms, and armed robbery” in court.He was transferred between Ogwashi Uku prison, SARS office Ikeja, A division Asaba, State CID Asaba, and Ikoyi prison during his time in prison.On November 30, 2015, he was arraigned in court and was discharged and acquitted after the judge requested the complainant to submit proof, which he did not.Harrison broke down in tears in a video posted on his Instagram page today, November 30, 2021, as he recounted his harrowing ordeal and praised God for his liberation.
“On 30, 2015, at 11:45 a.m., the wardens unfastened the leg chain and escorted me into the dock.High Court 5 Justice Mabel Omovie “Where is the complainant?” Judge Asaba inquired of the female State Counsel as she sought my case file. My accusers were unable to present evidence to support their claims.The Judge went through my case file and began writing while I was in the dock. I had been standing in the dock for over 30 minutes. ‘The dock is a section of the courtroom reserved for defendants, which distinguishes them from other trial participants.’She read everything she wrote after she finished writing and ruled in my favor.”HARRISON GWAMNISHU has been released.” The wardens have no more control over me at that point. I WAS A FREE MAN as I went off the dock.What would have been said about me if I had been found guilty of something else?

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