By Our Reporter
The Cross River University of Technology (CRUTECH) has inaugurated its pioneer Nigerian Union of Campus Journalist (NUCJ) chapter to pilot the affairs of the Union for one year.
The event which took place over the weekend at the department of Mass Communication, CRUTECH was witnessed by both staff and students alike. After a close ballot election, the Union has the following as it’s pioneer exco for the next 12 months led by CrossRiverWatch Reporter Otang Godwin as President, Edom Talithacumi Vice President Editorial, Ekene Anita as Vice President Administration, Asuquo Cletus Secretary General.
Others are Ifeoluwa Anita Financial Secretary, Subhanllahi Abayomi Publicity Secretary, Anabo Ruth Deputy publicity Secretary and Ndubisi Edith as Treasurer.
Congratulating the Union, a lecturer in the department of Mass Communication, Mr. Alobo Ishmael Eba at the inauguration ceremony congratulated the Union for a step at the right direction.
“Congratulations Mr. president and all your excos, from today you are in charge of this union. Congratulations to the Union.” He said.
In his acceptance speech, the President Otang Godwin pleaded to leave up to expectation as he urged his colleagues to work in unison with him maintaining that all hands must be on deck.
The Election Committee was headed by Nkese Felix, Vice President SUG and Divine Enang President, Mass Communication Students Association (MACOSA) respectively.
The Union attracts members from cross all faculties including satellite campuses in the institution.
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