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12 Jul 2020
New pictures from Nigeria show Cross River gorillas, a critically endangered subspecies, with infants. One researcher said this could mean the conservation efforts surrounding the gorillas may be working.
31 Jan 2019
APC supporters chant 'Sai Baba, Sai Baba' as Buhari arrives Cross River.
21 Feb 2018
Cross River govt., UNHCR, UNFPA and WHO visit Southern Cameroonian refugees in camp.
10 Dec 2017
New garment factory to employ at least 1,000 employees in Cross River.
25 Nov 2017
Cross River signs MoU with Chinese firm on Bakassi deep seaport.
8 Oct 2017
Cross River government brace up for possible monkey pox outbreak.
7 Oct 2017
Cross River launches ultra-modern plant for set-up box production.
7 Oct 2017
Lai Mohammed commends Cross River government efforts at developing tourism.
17 Sep 2017
Cross River development partners donate solar panels to health centres.
3 Aug 2017
Cross River highway about to collapse.
31 Jul 2017
INEC to commence voter’s verification in Cross River.
29 Jun 2017
Cross River workers - Labour orders the civil servant to stay at home.

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