Actor Chiwetalu Agu was released by the Department of State Services because they found nothing incriminating on him.
This was revealed by the foremost human rights lawyer and Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Mike Ozekhome.
According to Ozekhome, Agu was released after the DSS searched his phones and found nothing incriminating.
However, the comic actor said he was only carrying out a charity exercise.
While Agu was released by the Nigerian Army after spending a night in custody, he was handed over to the secret police on Friday, before being transferred to Abuja for interrogation.
In a statement titled ‘Chiwetalu Agu Released By DSS,’ Ozekhome said Agu committed no offense to warrant his arrest.
“Several interactions were held by the chambers with the DSS operatives, who were, however, very civil and very cooperative.
“Agu was released this (Tuesday) evening to Steve Eboh and Monalisa Chinda (Director of Media, Actors Guild of Nigeria), by the DSS at their headquarters in Abuja, after a careful search on his phones showed nothing incriminating,” he said.