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VIDEO: We Want Them Out – Women Protest Cattle Herders Farmland Destruction In Cross River 

By Godwin Ajom  Women in Ukpada Community of Bekwarra Local Government Area in Northern Cross River State, have staged a peaceful protest against the activities of cattle herders who they alleged are destroying farmlands and crops. In an amateur video obtained by CrossRiverWatch, the women are seen waving fresh tree branches and leaves protesting the

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Breaking News Opinion

NLC Protest: Refuse To Sit At Home… BY AGBA JALINGO

The Nigeria Labor Congress NLC and Civil Society Organizations, have again called out Nigerians to protest against the escalating cost of living in Nigeria on the 26 and 27 of February 2024. This call is not new and Nigerians have always responded with enthusiasm until recent history when the organizers lost direction they are yet

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Breaking News Politics

After Civil Servants Unpaid Salaries Protest, Deputy Governor Speaks

By Sylvia Akpan, Government House Correspondent Following the protest witnessed in the office of the Secretary to the State Government 24 hours ago, the Deputy Governor of Cross River State, Hon. Peter Odey has voiced out. Deputy Governor Peter in a statement signed by his Press Secretary, Fred Abua said over 80% of January salaries

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BREAKING (VIDEO): Civil Servants Occupy SSG Office Over Unpaid Salaries

By CrossRiverWatch Admin Civil servants under the employ of the Cross River State Government whose salaries have not been paid are currently occupying the office of the Secretary to the State Government, (SSG) Prof. Anthony Owan Enoh where they were directed to report for complaints. CrossRiverWatch gathered that when salaries were paid, some civil servants

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Breaking News Opinion

Watching The Protests From Your Pigeon Holes… BY AGBA JALINGO

In the news, there is an increasing spate of protests around the country over the rising cost of living and the suffocating economic situation of Nigerians. These protests are not just instigated or organized by the opposition or so-called haters of Mr. President. They are spontaneous small numbers, populated by people who appear to be

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Breaking News Education

UNICAL Suspends School Fee Charges After Students Revolt

By Godwin Otang The Management of the University of Calabar (UNICAL), has suspended all payments of school charges following a peaceful protest by students of the institution on Monday morning in Calabar. The students had gathered at the Malabor Square which houses the Students Union Government secretariat and moved to the female hostels bearing placards.

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Breaking News Education

UNICAL VC Appoints Aide On Student Affairs Amidst Protest Over Hike In Charges

By CrossRiverWatch Admin Amidst an ongoing protest by students of the University of Calabar (UNICAL) over a hike in school charges, the Vice Chancellor, Professor Florence Obi has appointed one Mr. Samuel Eno Okoi as her Special Adviser on Student Affairs. The appointment was contained in a letter addressed to Mr. Okoi who is popularly

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Cross River Government Withdraws Traffic Enforcement Officers In All Routes

By Able Winnard The Government of Cross River State has withdrawn its traffic enforcement officers from all routes in the State till further notice. Recently there have been a series of complaints of over-ticketing, harassment, and attacks by the said enforcement officers. This, however, led to a peaceful protest by commercial drivers in the metropolis

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