CNN's Hala Gorani is reporting that Google's Middle East Marketing executive who was taken prisoner at the start of Egypt's protests last week, will be released at 4 p.m. Monday.
Ghonim was thought to be held by the Egyptian government, and they've indicated they wish to speak to the opposition leaders.
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One of the opposition groups, the "6th of April" movement, named him a spokesperson, so as to help gain his release from government authorities, according to CBS news.
The opposition movement made their intention very clear: if the government's leaders "want to talk to us, talk to Ghonim."
Ghonim has been missing since Jan. 25. As of Wednesday.
Ghonim's family told CBS that they received a call in the middle of the night, purportedly from government offiicals, telling them he was "being taught a lesson."