By Archibong Jeremiah
The management of Cross River State College of Education, Awi/Akamkpa has suspended 7 students indefinitely for secret cult related offenses.
This was made known through a notice from the college management signed by the college Registrar, Barrister Uno Ogban and made available to CrossRiverWatch.
Excerpts from the notice reads: “Following a police investigation report, which has established a prima facie case of the involvement of the under listed students of the college in secret cult related activities, the provost has approved their indefinite suspension from the college with effect from Friday 23rd January, 2015 they are to remain on indefinite suspension until the final determination of the case by the court”.
Furthermore, the suspended students are from the commencement date vacate the college hostel if they are occupants and to stay away from the college premises and activities as relevant security authorities have been detailed to monitor and arrest any of them found within the premises of the college.
Students of the college are also advised by the release to shun any inimical vices and focus on their studies.
The alleged student cultists are Augustine Kekong Akam with matriculation number CRSCOE/SS/2012/5898 department of Mathematics/Economics, year 3. Robinson Bojor Nsor with matriculation number CRSCOE/SA/2012/5267 Department of Political Sciences/Social Studies, year 3. Matthew Ibu Ikoisho with matriculation number CRSCOE/SA/2013/6979 department of Mathematics/Economics, year 2.
Others included: Tony Emogor Echeng CRSCOE/SV/2012/6505 department of Business Education year 3. Awara Heart Odhi with matriculation number CRSCOE/SS/2012/6018 department of Integrated Sciences/Physics, year 3.
Tangban Nkim Osowo with matriculation number CRSCOE/SA/2012/5037 department of Political Science/Social Studies, year 3 and Emmanuel Eyam Agara with matriculation number CRSCOE/SL/2012/6683 but his department was not mentioned.
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