Cross River Government Urge Residents to Stop Illegal Mining

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Cross River State Government has directed members of the public to stop all forms of illegal mining activities in the state.

The directive was contained in a statement signed by the Permanent Secretary of Special Services, Governor’s Office, Alfred Mboto.

The statement noted that illegal activities constitute threat to the safety and security of the local government areas, adding that the governor, Ben Ayade, had place a ban on all illegal mining.

It revealed that security agencies have been directed to seal all illegal mining sites, arrest and prosecute all illegal mining companies and persons involved in the illegal activities.

Written by: Helen Obih

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