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No More Tea Party For Quarry Operators In C'River

It will no longer be business as usual for owners and operators of quarries in Akamkpa Local Government Area of Cross River State. This follows the enactment of a law meant to regulate their activities.

The bill which was sponsored by Mr Mathew Olory, who represents Akamkpa 1 constituency in the state house of assembly is to guide the quarry operators in their operations. Operators who flout the laws will be made to face varying degrees of penalties.

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C'River, Canada Sign Pact On Projects Financing

The Government of Quebec, Canada, has signed an MOU with the Cross River State for the funding of critical projects for the state. The Cross River delegation was led by the Commissioner for Climate Change, Dr. Alice Ekwu, while the Director of the Quebec Ministry of International Relations, Mr. Vincent Royer who is the Head of the Ministry made this commitment on behalf of the Quebec Government.

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