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My Governor is used to lying – Agba Jalingo

By TVC News Nigeria
21 February 2020   |   2:59 pm
Journalist and activist, Agba Jalingo who was released from detention in Cross River state is back to Lagos. During the interview with TVC News, Agba described his detention as a blessing because of the experiences and lessons he learned, and a curse because of the poor state of the prison. He also claimed that 'his Governor', is used to lying.

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