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A collage of two out of the four policemen gunned down by kidnappers at Idundu.

Update: We Don’t Know That Checkpoint, We’ve Arrested 5 – CP Akande Talks Tough Over 4 Officers Killed

By Archibong Jeremiah Sikiru Akande, Cross River State Commissioner of Police has confirmed to journalists that 5 suspects are

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BREAKING: One Feared Dead As Building Collapse At The Ayade Industrial Park

By CrossRiverWatch Admin CrossRiverWatch has confirmed that one person has died after a building collapsed at the Ayade Industrial

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Four Suspected Kidnappers Gunned Down In Calabar, Victim Rescued

By Patrick Obia Four suspected kidnappers were on Wednesday, February 17, 2021 shot dead by the Police in Calabar,

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Ongoing Demolition Of Suspected Kidnappers Properties Is Illegal, Archaic, Backwards And Unfortunate – James Ibor, Esq.

By CrossRiverWatch Admin A rights activists cum lawyer, James Ibor has opined that the ongoing demolition of suspected kidnappers

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JUST IN: Bayside Youths Invoke Anansa, Lock Up Calabar Resort

By CrossRiverWatch Admin Youths of the Bayside community in Calabar South Local Government Area have locked up the Marina

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Former Director General of the State Security Service (SSS), Ekpenyong Ita Jr (L) submits a letter seeking the introduction of flights to Calabar, the Cross River State capital to Max Air limited Chairman, Alhaji Dahiru Barau Mangal (R). January 2021.

Aviation: Former Spy Chief Seeks Introduction Of Calabar Route For Max Air

By Jonathan Ugbal Nigeria’s former top spy, Ekpenyong Ita has written the management of Max Air limited to add

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Jungle Justice and Mob action in Calabar

Calabar: Suspected Thief Set Ablaze

By Kelvin Ololo An unidentified male has been set ablaze by unknown people along Mayne Avenue by Inyang Street

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#Calabar: Navy Officers, Operation Akpakwu Dehumanizes Widow And Children, Authorities Yet To Comment

By Archibong Jeremiah Two officers of the Nigerian Navy and a detachment of Operation Akpakwu have been accused of

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