Enugu State residents took to the streets in a massive protest against the ongoing sit-at-home order imposed by IPOB, demanding a return to normalcy. Governor Peter Mbah’s unwavering stance against the directive, coupled with stringent security measures, has encouraged many to defy the order and resume their daily routines, marking a significant shift in the state’s response to the imposed restrictions.
“INEC’s Chairman, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, engages with local observers and CSOs in a pivotal meeting, reviewing the 2023 elections and discussing preparations for upcoming off-season governorship polls, emphasizing transparency and electoral integrity.
In a bold move, Rt. Hon. Mike Etaba, a member of the House of Representatives, advocates for urgent boundary demarcation to quell centuries-old conflicts between Cross River and Ebonyi States, citing over 3,000 lives lost and a lack of progress in peace talks.
In a bid to address the alarming frequency of devastating fire outbreaks in Cross River State, Hon. Samuel Neji Abang, Minority Leader of the 10th Assembly, calls on the government to allocate funds and provide modern firefighting equipment to enhance the State Fire Service’s capacity and improve emergency response.
Labour Party Presidential Candidate Peter Obi Endorses PDP Governorship Candidate in Cross River State
PDP Presidential Candidate leads protest to demand a fresh election amid allegations of rigging in the recently concluded polls.
“The controversial endorsement by the NYC Chairman sparks debate in Ikom, questioning the alignment of political choices with youth welfare.”
The New naira policy’s potential impact looms large as frustrated youths defy sit-at-home orders and target ATMs in Enugu, signaling the need for swift and effective action from the CBN to prevent nationwide unrest.
ASUU condemns government’s decision to close universities ahead of elections, sparking a debate over the intersection of education and politics in Nigeria.
Devastating floods wreak havoc in Ogoja, Cross River State, leaving communities in distress and urgently needing government intervention