Two female kidnapped victims, Esther Augustine and Felicia Destiny, who were kidnapped at different areas by gunmen in January of 2011 at Okpekpe in Edo State and at Asaba Head Bridge in Delta State respectively, have been reunited with their families by the police.
Police commissioner in Cross River State, Henry Fadairo has announced that no fewer than 3,978 senior officers and rank and file in the state have benefited from the on-going promotion in the state.
A Pakistani pharmaceutical firm, Healthage Nigeria Limited have formalised discussion with the Cross River State government to establish their factory in the state.
Not less than 2,039 illegal immigrants were deported last year by the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) in Cross River State, State Comptroller of the Service, Mrs Funke Adeuyi told Daily Trust in Calabar.
Two leading Christian leaders in Cross River State have called on President Muhammadu Buhari to strengthen security in the South-South against kidnappers and other criminals the way he has done it in the north-east against Boko Haram insurgents.
No fewer than 758 foreigners stranded at the Calabar seaport following the breakdown of a vessel conveying them from Gabon to Benin Republic, have been evacuated by road to their various countries by the Cross River State Government.