UNICAL 31st Convocation Ceremony Slated For March 10

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By CrossRiverWatch Admin

The 31st convocation ceremony of the University of Calabar (UNICAL) has been slated for March 10, 2018 sources in the Varsity’s management say.

This will be the third convocation ceremony organized by the current Vice Chancellor, Professor Zana Akpagu with no fewer than 2,500 people to be awarded different degrees.

Details surrounding the convocation remained sketchy as at press time with efforts to independently verify this proving abortive as the spokesperson to the Varsity, Mr. Effiong Eyo is yet to take, acknowledge or return about a dozen calls to his phone in the past week.

However, CrossRiverWatch gathered that all departments had concluded compilation of lists of those to be awarded degrees and sent to the necessary authorities for further action with very minimal corrections being made at the moment.

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