Cross River State
Again, Cameroonian soldiers invade Cross River community
Cameroonian soldiers have invaded Nigerian communities in Cross River State, the second time in two months.
4,000 Cameroonian refugees in Cross River face epidemic, food shortage
The influx of thousands of Cameroonians from Southern Cameroon into the country is raising serious humanitarian concerns in Cross River State.
CISLAC urges C’River to address plight of displaced persons
The Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC) has urged the Cross River State government to address the plight of the internally displaced persons (IDP).
Many shades of Calabar Carnival 2017
Since 2004 when former Governor of Cross River State, Mr. Donald Etim Duke, introduced the Calabar Carnival, as part of activities to mark Christmas...
Workers’ indefinite strike threatens Calabar Carnival
The annual Calabar Carnival on which the Cross River State Government may spend over N3 billion is threatened as workers plan to resume an indefinite...
NDLEA secures conviction of 10 drug dealers
The National Drugs Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), Cross River Command, said on Monday that it secured the conviction of 10 drug dealers in the state between October and November.
Two feared dead in alleged militants attack in Calabar
Two persons were feared dead and four others seriously injured yesterday as suspected militants attacked Anatigha community in Calabar South Local Council of Cross River State.
Bank supports environmental scheme
Sterling Bank Plc has extended its campaign towards ensuring safe, secure and clean environment to Calabar, the Cross River State capital