Government Continues To Ignore Erosion Threats In Calabar

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Buildings caving in at Parliamentary Extention in Calabar - (Picture credit: Tijah Bolton Akpan)
Buildings caving in at Parliamentary Extention in Calabar (Picture credit: Tijah Bolton Akpan)

Calls to the Cross River State government to intervene in the worsening erosion situation around the Parliamentary extension in Calabar have refused to receive government attention with several homes caving in daily and residents left stranded.

In a several reports done by CrossRiverWatch, residents of several locations in Calabar have cried for help from government but it does not seem to be forthcoming in the same manner information too is not forthcoming about the situation from relevant government officials.

The latest picture from the Parliamentary extension site is still very gory and worrisome. We call on government to immediately take action to forestall imminent loss of live and properties worth millions of Naira.

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