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Marriage Is An Achievement BY AGBA JALINGO

Maybe we should start from the meaning of Achievement. What does it mean? Different dictionaries give different definitions but

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Know This And Have Some Peace BY AGBA JALINGO

I have visited my 120 years old grandmother and given her some money when I was leaving and she

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KSJI To Elevate Ayade As Wife Gets Inducted As Lady Knight

By Jonathan Ugbal Information reaching our newsroom suggests that the Sacred Heart Commandery, 461 of the Knights of St.

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HELP: My Prosecutor Is Playing With My Emotions BY AGBA JALINGO

Today is July 26, 2021. The trial in Suit FHC/CA/59C/2019 between FRN and AGBA JALINGO, is scheduled to resume

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Again, Cross River Government Stalls Agba Jalingo’s Terrorism, Treasonable Felony Trial

By Jonathan Ugbal The Cross River State Government has written to the Calabar Division of the Federal High Court

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Tell Governor Ayade To Be Calming Down … E Get Why BY AGBA JALINGO

Not quite two weeks ago, some Media Aides of our Governor, Senator Ben Ayade, went to town again to

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Public Notice: Hold Governor Ayade And Franko Responsible, Should Anything Happen To Me – Agba Jalingo

This is a public notice by Citizen Agba Jalingo, Publisher of CrossRiverWatch and Association of Cross River Online Journalists

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IN THIS PHOTO: CrossRiverWatch publisher and rights activist, Citizen Agba Jalingo raises both hands outside the Medium Custodial Center of the Nigerian Correctional Service in Calabar, the Cross River State capital (popularly referred to as Afokang prison) to celebrate his release after 179 days in detention following his admission to bail by Justice Sule Shuaibu of the Calabar Division of the Federal High Court. 17/2/2020. Credit: CrossRiverWatch/Oto-Obong Clement

Agba Jalingo: ECOWAS Court Awards N30mln Against Nigerian Government Over Illegal Detention, Treatment Of Journalist

By Jonathan Ugbal The ECOWAS Court of Justice on Friday awarded NGN30 million (USD72,922) against the Nigerian Government over

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