Activist Got Release After One Month Jail Term
The popular human right activist; Mr Inibehe Effiong has been released today after getting incarcerated, tortured, and abused for a month in Uyo prison.
Effiong regains freedom after one month of incarceration in Uyo.
He was welcomed by a huge crowd who claim to defend the civic space from increasing state threats.
It will be recalled that a Uyo court high Judge ordered his imprisonment for ridiculing her.
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