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STORY: “On A Sail To Panama”

…A tale for sea loving adventurers. It was a foggy night off the shore of Honduras Island and I had anchored my mini ship to rest from my daylong sail. The fog was so thick that I couldn’t see farther than 10 feet afront. It was not one of those favorite voyages of mine as I was all alone by ...

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SPECIAL-REPORT: “An Expository On “3 Most Performed” Youths (Across South, Central & North) In Gov Ayade’s First Term – PART II

By CrossRiverDaily Team: For a genteel digest of this report, we strongly recommend that you read-up the previous report in this series titled: “An Expository On ‘3 Most Performed’ Youths (Across South, Central & North) In Gov Ayade’s First Term – PART I” whereof this “PART II” is just but a follow-up. Having stated in “PART I” that we intend ...

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Ex-Governor’s Aide Faults “Imposed Monthly Sanitation”, Calls It Unsustainable, Uneconomic

Former Special Adviser to the State Governor, Comrade Michael Abuo has faulted the governor’s Taskforce on Environmental Sanitation over it “imposed monthly sanitation” which he described as an “unsustainable environmental strategy” and an “uneconomic act” of government. Michael made his reservations on a 10-paragraph expository christened: “Imposed Monthly Sanitation An Unsustainable Environmental Strategy and Uneconomic Act, My Recommendation”. Below is ...

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OPINION: Ayade’s Aide Cast Lot On Eteng Jones Over 9th Assembly Speakership

As Speaker, Eteng Jones will pursue a Pan-CRS agenda. The CRSHA under his leadership will earn a reputation for itself for standing up for the ordinary citizens on the street through the passage of laws and motions that aim to improve the material condition of their existence and stabilize the polity. I have been dancing “Shaku Shaku” since Rt. Hon. ...

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OPINION: Who Will Salvage Brother Vena? – Dan Amor

You must be aware of the travails of Hon. Venatus Ikem, a former governorship aspirant, former commissioner, a serial defector or “jumpologist” {one who jumps from one political party to another}, ex-APP, ex-ANPP, ex-PDP, ex-ACN, ex-APC, and now, a staunch PDP jobber, whose lot we do not envy. Brother Vena recently published a badly written diatribe titled: “As The Campaigns ...

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PRESS RELEASE: Ndoma-Egba Replies Ayade – READ

The attention of Senator Victor Ndoma-Egba and his Campaign Organization has been drawn to a spurious and ill-intentioned publication on Facebook by one Emmanuel Ulayi (an aide to Gov. Ayade) with the mischievous title “Ndoma-Egba distances himself from Owan-Enoh”. We ordinarily would not bother with responding to this but given that the author is obviously out to create friction where ...

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Opinion: The NDDC Chairman And Cross River State, A Mandate Delivered – NiME

In July 2016, President Muhammadu Buhari reconstituted the board of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) wherein Senator Victor Ndoma-Egba from Cross River State became the new Chairman and Obong Nsima Ekere from Akwa Ibom State, the Managing Director. This development has been quite beneficial to the people of Cross River State, who have enjoyed a new lease of life, ...

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OPINION: 10 Things Ndoma-Egba Did With His Past Mandate – NiME

Without doubt, Senator Victor Ndoma-Egba is a brilliant lawyer, experienced lawmaker and great political leader in Nigeria having risen to the position of Senate Leader in the 7th Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria between 2011-2015. However, there is this unwavering question of what he really did with all this time he served as Member of Parliament (MP). ViNME ...

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ABI/YAKURR 2019:: Alex vs John (Episode I) – By Endurance Onun (Mazi)

For the first time in a long time, the people of Abi and Yakurr have an election they can perceptibly call an election – the contest between Chief Alex Egbona and Rt. Hon. John Gaul for Abi/Yakurr Federal Constituency. The contest is between two “beloved” and “famous” politicians of same heritage but different orientation; same culture but different practice; same ...

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