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Ndoma-Egba Assures Lasting Peace To Warring Abi Communities

APC Senate candidate for Central Cross River State and Board Chairman of NDDC, Sen. Victor Ndoma-Egba has assured the people of Abi LGA of a lasting peace to their warring communities. It could be recalled that some communities in Abi; Ediba, Usumutong, Ebom and Ebijakara, all of the Bahumona clan have been enjoying seasoning communal disputes that has consumed hundreds ...

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The Controversial Traditional Rulers’ Endorsement Of Ayade

By Dan Amor: Like a scripted drama, the recent purported endorsement of Governor Ben Ayade for a second term by the Cross River State Traditional Rulers Council, amounts to grand illogicality and inducement. Driven by the desperation to remain in office, and given his woeful performance since the past three and a half years, Ayade has resorted to an arcane ...

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Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Eyo Ekpo Applauds Service Men

Mr. Eyo Ekpo, the Governorship candidate of the Social Democratic Party (SDP), has expressed gratitude to men and women of the Nigeria military over what he called the “sacrifices” they have been making to safeguard the country. Ekpo’s message, which was in respect of the 2019 Armed Forces Remembrance Day reads; “Today is Armed Forces Remembrance Day and on this ...

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CrowdPol Facilitates YIAGA 2018 Conference

Few weeks ago, CrowdPol facilitated The Convergence 2018 conference organised by Youth Initiative for Advocacy, Growth and Advancement (YIAGA AFRICA) and the Not Too Young to Run, Nigeria’s biggest and most successful youth movement in contemporary times. The event which held between 10th and 12th December 2018 recorded the attendance of over four hundred candidates polled from the 91 political ...

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Another Release Of Funds, CR-ITM Management Celebrates Ayade

The Management of Cross River Institute of Technology and Management (CR-ITM), Ugep, has praised to high-heavens the state governor, Senator Benedict Ayade as he released yet another tranche of funds to the administration. The funds, Cross River Daily understands were meant for completion of the ‘Iconic Signature’ building of the institution. Dr. Jeffrey Kenyon Thompson who is the Rector of ...

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Court Sacks Donald Duke, Declares Jerry Gana SDP Presidential Candidate

An FCT High Court sitting in Abuja has declared a former Minister of Information, Professor Jerry Gana, as the winner of the presidential primary of the Social Democratic Party (SDP). Justice Hussein Baba-Yusuf made the declaration on Friday in his ruling and nullified the candidacy of former Cross River State Governor, Donald Duke, as the party’s flagbearer. Hours after the ...

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Ayade To Trim Number Of Appointees To 500 – Aide

Information reaching Cross River Daily says the state governor, Sen. Ben Ayade is making plans to trim the number of his appointees to at least five hundred (500) upon success in his re-election bid. According to one of Ayade’s top aides, whose name Cross River Daily would not mention, the governor has already intimated the Secretary to the State Government ...

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CrossRiver2019: SDP Candidate, Eyo Ekpo Wins Ayade, Owan – Online Polls

The governorship candidate of the Social Democratic Party (SDP), Mr. Eyo Ekpo has floored the current Governor of the State, Sen. Ben Ayade and the candidate of the All Progressive Congress (APC), who is also the Senator representing the Central Senatorial District, Sen. Owan-Enoh in an online poll. The online poll which was conducted by Calabar Observer and the result ...

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OBITUARY: Ex-Senate Aspirant, Dodeye Arikpo To Bury Mom On Saturday – 1st December

Former Chief Security Officer to then Governor Liyel Imoke and recently, Cross River Central Senate aspirant of the PDP, Honourable Dodeye Arikpo will on Saturday, December 1st join other members of his family to honour-in-death her mother, Elder Mrs. Regina Ikpi Arikpo (Nee Sunday Okaka) who passed out on October 16th, 2018. In a tribute to his late mother, Hon. ...

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