As it is showing permission denied means you have to give sudo access to jenkins.
$ sudo -l -u jenkins
Hope this will work.
To avoid this error, You should add sudo access to jenkins.
open /etc/sudoers file.
Add/Modify jenkins user
jenkins ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL
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