Daily News – Sunday 14th August, 2022

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Incarcerated Lawyer, Inibehe Effiong, Remains Unshaken After Transfer And Torture

Flood Restricts Traffic Along Calabar – Ikom Highway

Schoolgirl Seeks Justice For Murdered Father

IPMAN Threatens Shutdown Of Oil Depots In South-South, South East Over Police Harassment

Cross River Police Command Talks Tough On Discipline

Primary Health Agency Launch Program To Scale Up COVID-19 Vaccination

Traditional New Yam Festivals Kick – Off In Cross River

Cross River Government Gives Scorecard on Leboku Festival

Court Orders Cross River SUBEB To Reinstate Man Sacked In 2013

CSOs Seek Different Approach In Appointment Of Attorney General

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