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SPECIAL REPORT: Flames, Heartache And Neglect: Cross River Residents, Businesses Count Loses To Fire Outbreaks

By Godwin Otang On August 12, 2020, a fire incident destroyed over 200 businesses at Ika-Ika Oqua (Marian) Market, Calabar. Cross River’s State Emergency Management Agency, SEMA also confirms that following fire incidents on April 8 and March 27, 2024; a total of 649 shops and 32 motorcycles were burnt while a life was lost

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After Years Of Neglect, Rovers Football Club Tears Wiped As Otu Increases Pay

By Sylvia Akpan, Government House Correspondent After years of cries for pay increase, good welfare, and other sundry issues, the Cross River State-owned soccer team, Rovers Football Club of Calabar, can smile home as Governor Otu heals their injuries through double pay. The Governor while pating the management and players of the Club for holding

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Sorrow, Tears And Blood: Families Of Policemen Killed In Southeast Nigeria Suffer Amid Neglect

 By Adejumo Kabir, HumAngle As most families in Nigeria were planning for Christmas, in December 2020, Inspector Daniel Ise of the Nigeria Police had to prepare for his departure. He had just been transferred from Akwa Ibom, where he had served for years, to Owerri in Imo State, Southeast Nigeria. His wife and children were unhappy with

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Cross River Youths Charged To Develop Themselves, Refuse To Be Neglected In Governance

By Sylvia Felix And Virtuous Osang Reflecting on the just celebrated International Youth Day, 2021, youths in Cross River State have been urged to develop themselves and refuse to be  neglected. These were the central message by the Chairman of the National Youths Council of Nigeria (NYCN), Cross River State chapter, Dan Obo; legal practitioner,

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