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Exclusion Of APC: Amaechi Should Know The Game Is Up - Wike's Commissioner,… No, We Will Bounce Back –Lloyd

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Bayelsa: Operation Doo Akpo Returns This Week

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Ayade: I'm Humbled By CAN's Endorsement

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Cross River State governo...

Tragedy Hits Ukanafun,… Husband Killed In Uyo, 24 Hours To Wife's Burial,… Burial For Both Now Planned For Same Day

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Cult Groups Hold Yenagoa Hostage

Cult Groups Hold Yenagoa Hostage

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Workers Battle Udom Over Entitlements

Workers Battle Udom Over Entitlemen…

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Owan Enoh Shines In Northern Cross River

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Why We Support Egbona - Yakurr People

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The Lull In Political Activities In Bayelsa

The Lull In Political Activities In…

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Ayade's Concept Of Intellectual Money

Ayade's Concept Of Intellectual Mon…

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From Calabar Residents, A Hand Clap For Ayade

 A character trait alien to Calabar has suddenly enveloped the alluring and beautiful capital of Cross River state, yet residents and motorists who ordinary should be chief complainants say, they are at home with the situation.

”It is good for the city and its people; it is good for Calabar, the pains we are going through now is temporary”, a cheerful motorist enthused as he wheeled his Audi car out of a bend to negotiate a more spacious access amidst hundreds of other horn-blaring vehicles struggling to also maneuver their vehicles away from uncomfortable positions.

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Don’t Die In Silence, Human Rights Commission Tells Nigerians

The National Human Rights Commission, South South zonal office, Port Harcourt celebrated her anniversary on Monday with a road walk, just as they used the opportunity to challenge members of the public to always reports cases of abuse to the commission instead of dying in silence.

South South zonal coordinator of the commission, Mrs Chinwe Okoroji told TNN in an interview after the road walk that the essence of the celebration was to enlighten the public on the duties of the commission.

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After The Bayelsa Flood, Plantain Scarcity Looms

The 2018 flood is yet to unfold all that it came with.  Bayelsa state is one of the most affected states in the federation. When the flood came, it rendered many people homeless. The natural disaster also destroyed valuable properties. It spoilt farmlands. The implication is that the 2018 flood has set the stage for food shortage in the affected states.

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