Thursday, 23 January 2020

Joseph Odok, makes first Facebook post after prison experience, see what he told Ayade





One of Ayade's Critic in Cross River State, Barr. Joseph Odok has made his first Facebook post few hours after regaining freedom from detention, due to a bail application that was granted him on health grounds. 

Odok, who was arrested sometime last year and charged to court and charged with terrorism was earlier denied bail last year and had since remained in Police custody before he was later taken to prison at the Afokang correctional center. 


He was granted bail on the 21st of January and today he has made his first post. 

The post reads in full: 

#ReleaseAgbaJalingoNow

I just retrieved my line, I am yet to appreciate those who stood up for my release and feel  first thing I should do is to ask for the immediate release of an innocent man and my friend Agba Jalingo. We got so close as cell mates in prison and would have felt better if we were both released together but as fate made it I was granted bail before him not for any reason but for what only God knows why. Agba Jalingo is innocent and the prison should never be his home. I join all lovers of democracy to call on the CRS government to immediately release Agba Jalingo

To all that stood by me I will do a special appreciation message to thank you for all your solidarity and cry for my freedom. I am now happily joined to my family in Abuja.

I am so sorry my write up is coming this late, the police refused to give me my phone on grounds that it was given as an exibite, I had no access to my phone all this while, I have lost some numbers too and hope to ganer them soonest. Thank you all 

Joseph Odok PhD Esq
Social Change Agent

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