Cross River College Of Education Management Commend Man O’ War

In Breaking News, Education, National News, Reports

By Usman Abdullahi

The College Deputy Provost, Mr. Otu Patrick Ebere  receiving the Man 'O' War members
The College Deputy Provost, Mr. Otu Patrick Ebere receiving the Man ‘O’ War members

The National Association of Man O’ War Club in Tertiary Institutions, College of Education Akamkpa Chapter has been lauded for its role in maintaining peace and tranquillity in the college.

They were commended by Mr. Castro Ezama, a lecturer in education technology department of the College during the third anniversary/orientation lecture of the paramilitary group which held recently in the college.

The Chairman of the occasion Mr. Castro Ezama in his remark said, “Man ‘O’ War is doing 20% more than other security organs in the College community. College management is making effort to provide some gadgets that will enable her function very well and a stipend”.

He enjoined them not to relent in maintaining and up building the club. He said, “Continue helping the management to maintain peace and tranquillity in the environment”.

Earlier, the Man O’ Commandant Akamkpa Chapter, Patriot Akpan Hope Michael in his speech said, “Man O’ war club in collaboration with other security agencies on campus help in maintaining peace, discipline and security among others.

He mentioned some challenges the club is facing to include lack of office, lack of communication gadgets, mobility problems, insufficient uniform and harassment by the students etc.

The paramilitary group donated four refuse bins to the college management as part of their contribution to keep the college compound clean.

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