The bail conditions levied on them have been met by #RevolutionNow co-convener and human rights activist Omoyele Sowore and four others charged with criminal conspiracy, unlawful assembly, and inciting public disorder.
Earlier, the Chief Magistrate, Mabel Segun-Bello, admitted the activist to a comparable amount of N20 million bail with two guarantees, one of which must be a federal civil servant not below Grade Level 12.
Sowore was also asked every Monday and Friday to physically report to the Registrar of the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory, pending the case against him.
The court also granted bail of N1 million and one surety in like sum to Peter Williams, Sanyaolu Juwon, Emmanuel Bulus, and Damilare Ademola, who is standing trial alongside Sowore.
After the verification of the allegations through their guarantees, the activists regained their freedom.
Meanwhile, while in custody, Sowore thanked Nigerians for their support and display of affection, just as he told them that they would not give up until the nation was finally and entirely liberated.