By CrossRiverWatch Admin
Comrade Agba Jalingo, Board of Trustees Chairman, Association of Cross River Online Journalists (ACROJ) and Publisher of CrossRiverWatch has dragged the Nigerian Police Force, Commissioner of Police Cross River State Command and Tami Evelyn Peterside (DCP SCID) to the Federal High Court over his fundamental human rights.
In suit number HC/293/2019 Jalingo who has spent four nights in custody (one night in Lagos and three in Calabar) asked the Court to enforce his fundamental rights.
Fillers reaching our newsroom has it that another petition was brought in today by the Police.
The petition said that he, alongside the petitioner met at 8 miles in Calabar planning how to buy guns and promote cultism.
They also alleged that he bribed the IPO with N100, 000. Also, he was being prepared to be taken to the office of Evelyn Peterside at the Headquarters where they said he will meet face to face with the petitioner. But as at the time of filing this report, he was still held custody by the men of Anti Cult/Kidnap Squad at Cultural center.
The suit was filed today afternoon, see full document below.
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