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An excited Governor Ben Ayade of Cross River (in blue suit) discusses with his deputy, Professor Ivara Esu (in white) and others shortly after the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the State and Zipline, an American drone delivery service company for the procurement of drones to deliver medical essentials to hard to reach areas at the Governors Office in Calabar. Monday May 10, 2021. (Credit: GHP/Dan Williams)

Cross River Signs MoU With American Delivery Firm To Use Drones For Medical Supplies

By Ushang Ewa Weeks after disclosing its intention to deploy drones for the supply of drugs and medical essentials

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Cross River State Carrot 🥕 And Stick🥢 2020 Ending BY SIMON UTSU

The year has been a very peculiar one. A tough one for everyone. For that reason alone, I’ve been

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EXCLUSIVE: ‘Difference In #COVID19 Numbers Due To Strict Protocol’ – Betta Edu Explains, Replies Critics

By Jonathan Ugbal The Commissioner for health in Cross River state, Dr. Betta Edu has said that the seeming

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FACT CHECK: ‘Excellent Women International Awards’ Given To Ayade’s Aides, LG Chairperson Does Not Exist

Since March 2013, when CrossRiverWatch was barely six months old after commencing publishing, we reported a story about how

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NMA Cross River Withdraws Services Across The State, Declares Health Commissioner Persona Non Grata

By Archibong Jeremiah The Nigerian Medical Association, NMA, Cross River State chapter has withdrawn it’s services across the State.

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NCDC Data Suggests Cross River Government Did Not Send Late Godwin Akwaji’s Sample For COVID-19 Test

By Jonathan Ugbal A brief analysis of the general fact sheets published by the Nigerian Center for Disease Control

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BREAKING: 5 COVID19 Cases Confirmed With PCR Technique In Cross River

By Jonathan Ugbal Barely 24 hours after Cross River Governor, Benedict Ayade was seen dancing in celebration of claims

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Study Shows 17 Of 66 Antibodies Test Returned Positive For COVID-19 In Calabar

By Jonathan Ugbal No fewer than 17 staff and patients of the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital (UCTH) who

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