The Nigerian Police Force has invited human rights activists Harrison Gwamnishu over a murder case days after he demanded the release of a 21-year-old girl Glorie Okolie.
In a letter sent to Mr Harrison which he shared on his social media page on Thursday, the police invited him to their Benin zonal office.
Mr Harrison has been on the case of an unjustly detained and abused Glorie who went missing on the 17th of June, 2021, missed her JAMB examination and has been held for 73 days by the police.
Immediately the case garnered attention, the Nigerian Police released a statement accusing Glorie of being of an IPOB spy who was caught on the operation.
However, RevolutionNow convener Omoyele Sowore and other well-meaning Nigerians have called out the Nigerian Police over what they tagged as hypocrisy.
In response to the invitation, Harrison wrote on his Facebook page “Invitation for case of MURDER.
Killed no one and witnessed no killing. Murder case against my person by the Nigeria Police Force.
My name is Harrison Gwamnishu and I move regardless of distractions.
Meanwhile, Glorie Ololie has filed a suit against the Federal Republic of Nigeria at Ecowas Court and demands One billion in damages.
See pictures of case file against her illegal detention.