She insisted the sureties should be Abuja resident and also must also have landed property in Abuja worth the bail sum, and they are to deposit the original title documents of the assets with the court.
Justice Ijeoma barred Sowore from travelling out of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja and his co-defendant, Olawale Bakare, also from leaving Osogbo during the trial.
Mrs Ezekwesili said she hoped the Department of State Services (DSS) would honour the bail if the conditions are met, She expressed her concern through her twitter page.
She also accused the presidency of repression. “Hopefully the DSS under the supervision of the Presidency will honour this Bail and release them,” she said.