Activist, Eromosele Adene has been released from his detention at the police command headquarters, in ikeja, Lagos.
He was arrested on November the 7th at his home, allegedly on suspicion of threat to breach the peace in the state and cyberstalking.
On Tuesday this week, chief magistrate folarin Williams of the Yaba magistrates court granted bail to the EndSARS protester, in the sum of one million naira and he was also ordered to provide two sureties.
Upon his arrest, he was also transferred to the Area F Command before the police detained him at the SCID, Panti, and then flown to Abuja last Monday where he was detained for seven days before being brought back to Lagos on Sunday.
His arrest had attracted much interest from rights activists and groups, including the Nigerian bar association who had all worked to ensure his eventual release.