Pyrates Confraternity Writes Governor Ayade, Demand Release Of Agba Jalingo

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By Archibong Jeremiah

Pyrates Confraternity, Jokaina Deck (Cross River State Chapter) has written to Governor Ben Ayade of Cross River State over the continuous incarceration of Agba Jalingo.

The group called on Ayade to secure his release stating that it has become worrisome in several quarters that Jalingo will be incarcerated for demanding accountability.

In the letter, Ayade was told that the lingering of the issue will only distract him from governance.

The letter to Ayade from Jokaina Deck and made available to our newsroom.

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