Inside Afokang Prison With Agba Jalingo

In Breaking News, Opinion

News reports in 2019 quoted the CG of Prisons, Jafaru, while defending the budget of his department before the NASS as saying that the federal government spends N17 billion annually on feeding 73,786 convicts and awaiting trial inmates in prisons nationwide.

Now I’m wondering if this is what N17 billion can buy?

See our meal table in Afokang prison, Calabar.

Monday through Saturday:

Breakfast – Beans
Lunch – 1 cup of koko garri
Dinner – 1 cup of koko garri


Breakfast – Beans
Lunch – Rice and stew/fish
Dinner – 1 cup of koko garri

More and more photos and videos still to come from “Inside Afokang Prison”.


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