Cross River State
Retired policeman commits suicide in Cross River
A retired policemen from Mkpani in Ugep local government area of Cross River State, Mr. Itam Obongha, at the weekend hung himself in another reported case of suicide.
Group urges Governor Ayade to seek re-election in 2019
A political group, ‘The Voice of Cross River Central’ has called on Gov. Ben Ayade of Cross River to seek re-election in 2019 in view of his laudable projects in the state.
Cross River gears up for mineral development
At last, the dream of taking Cross River State out of the woods may soon be a reality if the massive solid minerals deposits discovered in the state, by Chinese geologists, working with their local counterparts, are sustainably and transparently exploited.
70 percent of companies in Cross River operate without EIA, experts say
Environmental experts have disclosed that over 70 percent of companies in Cross River State do not have Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) plan.
Rampaging taxmen running riot in Calabar
Since Nigeria lost the oil-rich Bakassi Peninsular to neighbouring Cameroun, Cross River State also lost its oil wells to Akwa Ibom State. This effectively stripped the state of its status as an oil producing state.
Okhma Global retains marketing right for Calabar Carnival 2017
Following the success recorded over the years, Cross River State Carnival and Festivals Commission has announced the retention of Okhma Global, a Lagos base marketing communications consultancy...
Cross River now ready to host sports festival
Cross River State government says it is now ready to host the National Sports Festival, which has suffered several postponements since 2014.
IMCAF… Impacting and providing platform for artists to thrive
A former governor of Cross River State, Donald Duke, will chair this year’s Life In My City Art Festival (LIMCAF) Gala and Award night billed to hold in Enugu on Saturday, October 28.
Obun: Cross River will soon go into depression
Well it is a tradition that has been entrenched in the state since the era of Donald Duke down to that of Liyel Imoke. Between 2003 and 2007 we were owing in excess of $11 million...