LOCAL GOVERNMENTS & THEIR CAPITALS

For administrative convenience, the state is divided into 18 local government areas with elected chairmen at the helm of affairs.

1. Abi - Itigidi
2. Akamkpa - Akamkpa
3. Akpabuyo - Akpabuyo
4. Bakassi - Bakassi
5. Bekwara - Abuochiche
6. Biase - Akpet Central
7. Boki - Boje
8. Calabar Municipal - Munucipal
9. Calabar South - Anangtiga
10. Etung - Effraya
11. Ikom - Ikom
12. Obanlikwu - Sankwala
13. Obubra - Obubra
14. Obudu - Bebuabong
15. Odukpani - Odukpani
16. Ogoja - Igoli
17. Yakurr - Ugep and
18. Yala - Okpoma.

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Cross River State Welcomes President Buhari Again Cross River State Welcomes President Buhari Again 2018-06-26 - CRS RICE SEED AND SEEDLINGS FACTORY: President Mohamadu Buhari has challenged other States of the federation to emulate Cross River in the implement ation and s... More detail
CRS Goverment Procures Drilling Rig 2018-06-11 -   In keeping with his resolve to provide potable water for the rural communities, His Excellency, Sen (Prof) Ayade purchased a Seko Hammer cum Rotary mounted ... More detail
27 Containers of Rice Seedlings Equipment Arrives Calabar Ready for Installation 27 Containers of Rice Seedlings Equipment Arrives Calabar Ready for Installation 2018-06-10 - Twenty-seven containers of the automated rice seedlings equipment have arrived the Ayade industrial park in Calabar and ready for installation. Project manager... More detail
2018 BUDGET PASSES THROUGH SECOND READING; LEBO EXPRESSES CONFINDENCE IN ACCTUALIZATION 2018 BUDGET PASSES THROUGH SECOND READING; LEBO EXPRESSES CONFINDENCE IN ACCTUALIZATION 2018-06-08 - The Speaker of the State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. John Gaul Lebo has expressed confidence that 2018 budget, Christened “Budget of kinetic Crystallization... More detail

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