Monday, 28 October 2019

Agba Jalingo: United States government, others to ban Gov Ayade from entering the States


L-R: Agba Jalingo, Donald Trump and Benedict Ayade 
‪28 October 2019

The Government of the United States of America as well as other developed countries are likely to ban the Executive Governor of Cross River State from entering their countries NEGROIDHAVEN can say authoritatively. National Human Rights Commission will receive a petition against Ayade today Monday. 

Influential rights activist Adeyanju Deji on his Facebook account disclosed that he and a handful of unidentified persons 'are submitting a petition against the Governor of Cross Rivers to the National Human Rights Commission tomorrow on Agba Jalingo. We will also be writing the US Embassy & other embassies for visa ban on him & members of his family.'

‪The popular critic of the Federal Government concluded the thread with the phrase: 'journalism is not a crime'. 

Jalingo had in a published article in July, queried the whereabouts of the NGN500 million approved and released by the Cross River State government for the floating of the Cross River Microfinance bank.

In August, the Police invited him to answer to a petition bordering on the article. Originally slated for August 19, 2019, it was rescheduled to August 26th and later September 9, 2019. 

But, he was arrested by the Intelligence Response Team of the Nigerian Police Force at his Lagos residence on August 22, 2019 after staff of his wife were tricked and held hostage for more than four hours to provide his whereabouts. 

He is reported to have endured a whole day's journey by road to Calabar after the police officers refused traveling with him by air and spent 34 days in police custody of which 32 were at a black site facility with controlled access. 

He was arraigned for his bail hearing on September 25, 2019. And, after two more Court appearances, Justice Amobeda ruled on the fourth appearance on October 4th that there was no sufficient evidence to prove his failing health, therefore, cannot be admitted to bail






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