Episode 2: Inside Afokang Prison With Agba Jalingo

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This is a series about life in Afokang prison Calabar by Agba Jalingo.

Agba Jalingo was remanded in prison custody for 145 by Justice Simon Amobeda.

Prior to arraignment, he was detained in a Police black facility for 34 days.

In this episode, he shares pictures of his bunk, bathroom and kitchen.

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