by crossriverwatch admin
The Dean Students’ Affairs, Cross River State College of Education, Awi/Akamkpa, Mr. Utum Ina, SNR has reiterated the college management’s decision to be a school of taste where parents will willingly send their children and wards to.
He made this known in an exclusive chat with CrossRiverWatch recently after rising from a management meeting. He said: “As we rose from management meeting the college registrar who just returned from Abuja in a meeting with JAMB disclosed that Cross River State College of Education Awi/Akamkpa in Nigeria is placed third in their record for JAMB compliance in admission. Coming against the backdrop of the college that was written off; which means in just 5-6 years we have done so much of image laundering and rebranding of this college properly”.
He disclosed that “Basically by the beginning of the next session we will have an additional hostel, we have made plans to get the beds refurbished and get more mattresses. This will make the hostels three; two for girls, one for the boys to really decongest them because presently the girls are difficult to manage”.
Continuing he said, “As soon as the college funding increases we hope to engage the services of a company for sewage and general cleaning and maintenance with focus on the hostels, we want to do that during the break period because some of the chemicals that will be used will demand long time to take effect, say a week or thereabout”.
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