Cross River LG Elections in Pictures

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by crossriverwatch admin

Cross River State Governor, Senator Liyel Imoke casting his vote at Government Primary School Itigidi polling booth in Abi LGA during the local government election while the wife Mrs. Obioma Liyel Imoke watched after casting hers
Cross River State Governor, Senator Liyel Imoke casting his vote at Government Primary School Itigidi polling booth in Abi LGA during the local government election while the wife Mrs. Obioma Liyel Imoke watched after casting hers
Cross River State Governor, Senator Liyel Imoke and wife being attended to by polling clerk at Government Primary School Itigidi polling booth in Abi LGA during the local government election
Cross River State Governor, Senator Liyel Imoke and wife being attended to by polling clerk at Government Primary School Itigidi polling booth in Abi LGA during the local government election
Busy Ikang Beach bridge deserted in compliance with the no movement order
Busy Ikang Beach bridge deserted in compliance with the no movement order
Stranded commuters and loitering bikes under the rains
Stranded commuters and loitering bikes under the rains
Voters in Obutong, Bakassi LGA under the rains waiting for materials
Voters in Obutong, Bakassi LGA under the rains waiting for materials
Electoral materials for distribution
Electoral materials for distribution
Security men at Ikang Junction
Security men at Ikang Junction
Deserted streets in Bakassi
Deserted streets in Bakassi
Security men and voters waiting for materials at Presbyterian Primary School, Ikot Nakanda, Akpabuyo
Security men and voters waiting for materials at Presbyterian Primary School, Ikot Nakanda, Akpabuyo
Deserted Calabar Highway
Deserted Calabar Highway
Security men, officials and electoral materials arriving Hawkins Primary School, Calabar South this morning
Security men, officials and electoral materials arriving Hawkins Primary School, Calabar South this morning

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