To Our Esteemed Readers, We Say A Merry Christmas And Prosperous 2019

In Akwa-Cross Entertainment, Breaking News, Business & Economy, International News, Opinion, Uncategorized

By CrossRiverWatch Admin

The Management and Staff of CrossRiverWatch wishes to felicitate with our esteemed readers, both at home and in diaspora, for their patronage so far.

At CrossRiverWatch, we are committed to continually breaking news and reporting factual and objective stories as well as trending issues that relate to, are about Cross River and with a perspective that best tells the State’s narrative.

As the new year approaches, it is our expectations that we can still vouch for you as a part of our moving train, even as we anticipate criticism and goodwill messages.

Being an election year, it is our hope that we will enjoy an unrivaled cooperation and support from you to effectively report the electoral process as the country and State head to the polls to select new political leaders.

Do not relent in sharing any information with us by reaching us via our social media channels on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. You can also mail us at or call 08089234579, 08116050254.

It is a season of love and we borrow the popular line from Portuguese singer, Jose Feliciano in his 1970 hit to say we wish you and yours Feliz Navidad Próspero Año Y Felicidad as you celebrate with your family and friends.

Signed: Jeremiah Archibong (For Mgt.)
2, Ndidem Usang-Iso road by Rabana roundabout,
Cross River State,

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