By Ogar Monday
The Cross River North Senatorial Zone Academics (CRiNSZA), University of Calabar has praised the Vice Chancellor of the institution Prof. Zana Akpagu for allowing for a level playing field in the emergence of a new Bursar of the school, Mrs. Beatrice Igwe.
This was made known in a press statement released by the group and signed by the Chairman Prof. Chris Iklaki and made available to our newsroom.
In addition, the statement also reads, “The Chairman also used the opportunity to congratulate the new Bursar and encouraged her to work in synergy with the Vice-Chancellor and strive for the common good of the university community”.
The Association enjoined staffs and students of the University, particularly principals’ officers to continue to give the Vice-Chancellor the needed support to enable him take the university to another level”.
It would be recalled that the need for a new Bursar of the University of Calabar became necessary after the suspension and subsequent sack of the Mr. Peter Agi, the then Bursar over allegations bothering around abuse of office.
CrossRiverWatch later gathered that the former bursar, Peter Agi whose suit against the school at the Industrial Court was thrown out later obtained a court injunction restraining the school from appointing another bursar. But could not be independently verified.
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