Cross River: Gov. Ayade Impose 6pm-6am Curfew In Warring Obubra Communities

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By CrossRiverWatch Admin

Following the ongoing communal clashes between Ovonum and Ofatura communities in Obubra Local Government Area, the State Governor, Sen. Ben Ayade has imposed a 6pm-6am curfew on both communities. 

The news about the curfew was communicated through a press release by Mr. Christian Ita, chief press secretary to the governor.

The 6pm-6am curfew for Ovonum and Ofatura is with immediate effect.

The release reads in part: 

“His Excellency, the Governor hereby directs security agencies in the state to ensure the strict enforcement of the curfew.

“The governor decries the destruction of lives and property in the renewed clashes, and vows that the government will bring to book all those behind the clashes.”

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