COVID-19 : Cross River public schools to resume June 16 as government mass produces PPE
All public schools in Cross River State will resume June 16 as the State government plans a special protective measures for children and others.
Councils in cross river may seek review of tax exemption law
The newly inaugurated 18 Local government councils of Cross River State may soon interface with the State government on a possible review of the governor’s recent tax exemption law.
Cross River, NJC row over appointment of substantive CJ
For six months running, Cross River State has remained without a substantive chief judge, as the National Judicial Council (NJC) and the Governor Ben Ayade administration have flexed muscles over the matter.
NJC, Cross River government flex muscles over chief judge appointment
For six months running Cross River State has remained without a substantive Chief Judge as the National Judicial Council (NJC) and the State government flex muscles.
Christians, Muslims resume public worship in Cross River
Governor Ben Ayade had last week suspended the ban on congregational worship by religious organisations in the state. The ban was emplaced to curb the threat of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
NMA, religious leader disagree over lockdown relaxation
The Nigeria Medical Association (NMA), Cross River State chapter and Director of Communications, Catholic Archdiocese of Calabar Rev. Fr. Leonard Ojorgu, have disagreed on the easing of lockdown on religious gatherings in the state.
Ayade lifts suspension on public worship
Cross River State governor Senator Ben Ayade has lifted ban on public worship in the state.
Ayade’s aide, two others killed in Calabar’s cult war
Despite the disruption of social activities occasioned by the coronavirus pandemic, the throes of incessant cult clash threatening the peace and security of Cross River State