Tag: Omoyele Sowore

BREAKING: AAC Leadership Tussle, Jubilation As Appeal Court Affirms Sowore As Substantive Chairman, Sacks Impostor Nzenwa

By CrossRiverWatch Admin Listen To The Report An Appeal Court sitting in Abuja has affirmed the human rights activist,

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


Jalingo, Seun, Akintola, Sowunmi, Farotimi Set To Speak On ‘Beyond The Broken Chains’ Book Launch

By Patrick Obia All is set for the launch of a book, ‘Beyond The Broken Chains’, a revolutionary compendium


Prison Officials Afraid Sowore Will Incite Inmates – Agba Jalingo

By Kayode Oyero, Punch Newspaper Journalist and activist, Citizen Agba Jalingo, says the regime of the President, Major General


#CRNorthDecides: PDP, AAC May Lose Out As INEC Publishes Candidates Details

By Jonathan Ugbal Ahead of the October 31, 2020 senatorial bye-election in Cross River northern district, the Independent National


#CRNorthDecides: 37-Year Old Dino Magam Is AAC’s Senatorial Candidate

By Jonathan Ugbal The National Chairman of the African Action Congress, Omoyele Sowore has presented the party’s flag to


#RevolutionNow: Lagos Mobile Court Discharge And Acquits Jalingo, 18 Others

By Jonathan Ugbal A Mobile Court in Lagos state has discharged and acquitted 19 members of the RevolutionNow movement


#RevolutionNow: Agba Jalingo, 18 Others Arrested In Lagos As Government Clamps On Protesters

By Jonathan Ugbal CrossRiverWatch publisher, Agba Jalingo and 18 others participating in the #RevolutionNow protest in Ikeja, Lagos have


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