Updated: Police To Arraign Agba Jalingo Today In Calabar

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By CrossRiverWatch Admin

Our newsroom can confirm that Citizen Agba Jalingo will be arraigned tomorrow (Wednesday) at the Federal High Court Calabar (Highway opposite PDP Secretariat) Court room 2.

The Court will seat by 9am prompt. Jalingo has been in Police custody for 33 days without trial.

His detention and rights violation has been topical with over fifty organizations including Amnesty International, Committee to Protect Journalists, International Press Center, We The People, Enough Is Enough and Association of Cross River Online Journalists battling for his immediate release.


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