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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

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Ayade's Concept Of Intellectual Money

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The Lingering Communal Crisis In C’River

It was Professor Emmanuel Ayandele, a former vice chancellor of the University of Calabar, who described Cross River state as "an atomistic society perpetually at war with itself." He made this remark about four decades ago in the wake of communal clashes in the state. Since then nothing has changed. Communal clashes are getting more frequent and more deadly as there is unrestrained proliferation of small arms in most communities.

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For Cross River Farmers, One Digital Turn Deserves Another

Aso ebi is a yoruba word for uniform worn during social events such as wedding and funeral ceremonies.So, on Monday, December 3, 2018, what could have prompted farmers in Cross River State to abandon their farms, gaily dressed in beautiful aso ebi, and in their hundreds, marched through major streets and roads in Calabar, the state capital?

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