By Patrick Obia and Ololo Kelvin
Students of Cross River University of Technology (CRUTECH) Calabar campus has being charge not to be frightened by unscrupulous elements within the campus rather stay focus.
This was stated by the varsity Chief Security Officer SP Iwara Ibaim while tipping new students of the department of Mass Communication on security tips of being alert on Campus.
According to him, “don’t be intimidated, don’t allow your follow student take your phone, laptop, shout, we will come and help you.
“I want us to work together so that we can protect you against those trying to make the environment unsecured for learning.” He said.
He added that the school security unit has set up surveillance team to respond to students complains as well as arresting perpetrators of violence within the Campus.
While welcoming the students, the Dean Faculty of Communication Technology, Associate Professor Jacob Agba admonished students to allow the university pass through them both in characters and in learning, warning freshmen and women not to indulge themselves in illegal activities that will taint their image and image of the school but aim high to come out the best in their pursuit.
On his part, the Head of Department, Mass Communication Dr. Offiong Okon called on student to make use of available opportunities in department and make their parents proud.
The orientation programme featured drama, dance, spoken words, poems and musical renditions performed by students of the department of Mass Communication.
Members from the School Managing Board, Students Affairs department and lecturers from the department graced the event.
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