CRUTECH Students Protest 3 Days “Back-To-Back” Robberies By Suspected Skolombo Boys (Pictures)

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The Students Union Government of Cross River University of Technology, CRUTECH Calabar, yesterday mobilized students of the school to protest what the students describe as ‘three days back to back robbery’ by suspected skolombo boys.

The students who gathered early at the SUG Secretariat, marched from there to the various hostels mobilizing students to join the growing crowd.

Lecture venues were also not spared as the students stormed the classes and stopped ongoing lectures with a hoard of students joining the protest to the Vice Chancellor’s office.

The Vice Chancellor of the University, Professor Owan Enoh, received the students and while addressing them, he agreed with the students that incidents of robbery in the school have become incessant and also called on the state government to intervene urgently, “The issue is getting out of hand and the Government needs to intervene”.

The President of the Students Union Government of the Institution, announced that the examination for final year students which was scheduled to commence today, 27th May, 2016 will not hold because students ‘are not in the right frame of mind to write any exams’ until adequate security is guaranteed.

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3 commentsOn CRUTECH Students Protest 3 Days “Back-To-Back” Robberies By Suspected Skolombo Boys (Pictures)

  • The Vice Chancellor of CRUTECH, Professor Owan Enoh, was quoted as saying “The issue is getting out of hand and the Government needs to intervene” while addressing students who were protesting the incessant incidents of robbery in the institution.

    Prof. Enoh, as a leader of the institution, what have you done or doing to curb criminal activities on your campus? You cannot be calling on the government every time students protest to your office without proffering solutions.

  • Aluta continue,they should not aloud such nonsense to continue,That Is one of the things That hinder development in higher institutions.

  • Aluta continue,they should not aloud such nonsense to continue,That Is one of the things That hidder development in higher institutions.

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