AGBA JALINGO: Courts And Judges Should Stop Conniving With Oppressive Police Force – AUJAC

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By Patrick Obia

African United Journalism Awareness Center, has condemned in entirety, the arrest of media practitioners in respect of what they wrote.

Mr. Jackson Isimeme who reacted to a Facebook post warned that, the courts and the judges should stop conniving with “Oppressive Police Force” to turn the fourth estate of the realm an endangered specie.

Jackson added that it reminds the center of inglorious military era, when journalists were held without charges.

The AUJAC member, questioned the reasons behind the said Cross River State Police Command obtained court order to detain comrade Agba Jalingo for 90 days her custody.

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