Omoyele Sowore, Owner Of Sahara Reporters Vows To Bring Down Senator Dino Melaye, In His Words, ''Even If It Takes My Life.''

 ''If it takes my life, so be it. If it means another unjust ruling asking for damages for thieves. So be it.''........Omoyele Sowore

You would recall the ongoing altercation between Omoyele Soworem, publisher of Sahara Reporters {an online news media} and Nigerian Senator Dino Melaye over the later's claim of defamation following the former's publications accusing the outspoken Senator Dino of certificate forgery and false claims on his academic records and achievements.

Senator Melaye, had stated that the Publisher of Sahara Reporters, Omoyele Sowore, will go to jail, in contravention of the 2015 Cyber Crimes Act, during which he also said in a message he sent to Post-Nigeria, on Saturday, that “Sowore will rot in jail.” 

A few hours ago, publisher of Sahara Reports shared a purported screenshot of an email from London School of Economics and Political Science saying they have no evidence of Dino Melaye passing through the school.

Sowore then went on to share an article on his Facebook wall. Read here far below;
Folks: It was brought to my attention earlier that Nigerian Senator Dino Melaye promised to 'send me to jail' over the recent unraveling of his questionable educational background. While some are worried, appalled, alarmed and concerned and even scared about this declaration, it had me thinking differently. I am a Nigerian citizen who had been through torture, humiliations, and incarceration by dictators in uniform between 1992-1999 before I eventually left Nigeria.

I have never doubted the power of justice over legalities. That a Nigerian Senator in a democratic era could make this proclamation is indeed a sign that our democratic transition was a farce, particular when you've now noticed that Mr. Melaye was sitting at the feet of one of Nigeria's worst military dictators, Ibrahim Babangida just a week ago.

One of Babangida's worst crimes against humanity was the assassination of notable investigative journalists of our time, Dele Giwa, by way of a parcel bomb. Another thing Melaye shares in common with Babangida and his killer squad was using libel lawsuits to silence inquisitions.

In the 80's Gani Fawehimi was found liable of libeling the killers of Dele Giwa and asked to pay damages to Halilu Akilu.

Here is how I am different and also not different, I am not going to run away from criminals running the Nigerian political space until they are defeated, and their ideologies of greed, bloodiness, and avarice are entirely abandoned and discredited forever (Apology to Bob Marley).

If it takes my life, so be it. If it means another unjust ruling asking for damages for thieves. So be it. We must take our space back from the 10 percenters, drug dealers, certificate forgers, money launderers, political manipulators, and assassins.
Thank {s} you