Tears Roll As CRUTECH Mass Communication Students Mourn Departed Lecturer

In Breaking News, Education, Reports

By Ololo Kevin and Patrick Obia

It was a solemn Monday as the students of Mass Communication, Cross River University of Technology (CRUTECH) turn out in their numbers to mourn the demise of their Lecturer, Mr. Vincent Mogu.

The procession which took off from the department enroute to the school gate and back to the department with students dressed in black attires singing sorrowful songs.

Mr. Mogu gave his last breathe in the early hours of Tuesday, 10th September 2019, after battling with protracted illness and is set to lay to rest in his home town, Ukpe in Ogoja Local Government Area, September 28th 2019.

This is coming less than three years the department lost former Head of Department, Dr. Obongawan Edim.

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