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Residents from the Western Region in Cameroon arrive at the bus terminal in Buea following renewed clashed in the restive anglophone region on July 15, 2018. Twenty civilians, including five students and a teacher, were killed on july 11-12, 2018 by the Cameroonian army in two localities in the Anglophone North-West region, an NGO on July 13, 2018. STRINGER / AFP

SEMA: 34,000 Cameroonian refugees in Cross River

The Cross River State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) on Friday said that over 34,000 Cameroonians, were currently taking refuge in six local government areas of the state.

Cross River donates to Cameroonian refugees

The Cross River government has provided food and non-food materials to over 3,500 Southern Cameroonian refugees camping in Boki local government area of the state.

Cross River provides assistance to Cameroonian refugees

The Cross River government on Sunday provided food and non-food items to over 3,000 Southern Cameroonian refugees camping in Ikom local government area of the state.

Fire destroys 50 shops in Calabar market – SEMA

Cross River State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) has confirmed the destruction of over 50 shops after Monday’s fire incident at the Yoruba section of Watt market in Calabar.

Federal govt to partner Cross River on disaster management – official

The Federal Government said on Saturday that it would work closely with the Cross River Government to evolve ways of managing man-made and natural disasters in the state.

Federal govt provides succour to Cameroonian refugees in Nigeria

The National Commission for Refugees, Migrants and Internally Displaced Persons on Sunday in Ikom distributed food and materials worth millions of Naira to Cameroonian refugees residing in Ikom Local Government Area of Cross River.

Flood sacks 12 communities, destroys 3,000 farmlands in Cross River

No fewer than 12 communities in Boki Local Government Area of Cross River have been flooded, following two days of heavy rain, which equally destroyed more than 3,000 farmlands.

Flood sacks Cross River communities

Twelve communities in Boki Local Government Area of Cross River have been flooded following two days of heavy rain, while more than 3,000 farmlands were equally destroyed.

15 die in 2 months in Cross River flooding

Fifteen people have lost their lives in severe flooding in 21 communities in Cross River in July and August this year.

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