Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||E. A. Udoh.|
|LC Classifications||DT515.42 .U318|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||76360958|
Conclusions of the Government on the report and recommendations of the enquiry into Ubium Clan headship dispute  South-Eastern State (Nigeria) Calabar: Govt. Printer, . The National Commission for Museums and Monuments (). The Story of the Old Calabar: A Guide to the National Museum at the Old Residency, Calabar. Udo, E. A. (). Enquiry into the dispute of the Obong of Calabar; Udo, E. A. (). Who are the Ibibio? Uya, O. E. (). A History of the Oron people of the Lower Cross River Basin. A. K. Hart in an official document in on a “Report of the Enquiry into the dispute over the Obongship of Calabar” stated that the Efik originally lived at Uruan in Ibibioland, while Forde and Jones in said they fished the Cross River estuary. The report had advocated for the split of the Old Calabar Province which was now called South Eastern State (as a result of the last state creation) into two parts i.e Cross River State for Calabar and Ogoja people and Kwa Iboe State for the mainland part which constitutes the present Akwa Ibom State.
Cultural Identity and Diversity among the Efik and Qua of Calabar, Cross River State A. K. Report of the Enquiry into the Dispute over the Obong ship of. Report Author: Bassey Ekpe. According to Prof. Henshaw and his supporters, the constitution of the palace of the Obong of Calabar gives 30 days within which the Efik throne must be filled when the incumbent dies. of the last state creation) into two parts i.e Cross River State for Calabar and Ogoja people and Kwa Iboe State for the mainland part which constitutes the present Akwa Ibom State. This however failed to materialize as a result of a dispute between Calabar and Ogoja people over where to site the capital. Thus, the government. "The Etuboms Traditional Council wishes to state clearly, and for the avoidance of doubts, that there can only be one Obong of Calabar, and that, that Obong is .
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