Court Restrain Eyam Abeng, Others As CRUTECH Alumni Association Exco

In Breaking News, Education, Politics

By Ovatitomi Ibingha

High Court sitting in Calabar, Cross River State, has restrained Mr. Eyam Abeng and others from parading themselves as President, members of Central Working Committee amongst others of the Cross River University of Technology (CRUTECH) Alumni Association.

The Court order contained in a motion ex-parte dated Wednesday 9th October, 2019, with an injunction restraining Eyam Abeng and members from further functioning as National Executive Council (NEC), Board of Trustees (BOT), and members of Central Working Committee (CWC) as their tenures have elapsed since 12th December, 2017.

The Court order further restrain the Electoral Committee allegedly appointed by the first defendant who led the National Working Council after the expiration of two years tenures and without the ratification of the Central Working Committee.

The case has been adjourned to 23rd October, 2019 for motion on notice.

Court order in details:

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