By Patrick Obia
As congratulatory messages continues to pour on the new Head of Department, Mass Communication in Cross River University of Technology ( CRUTECH), Mr. Cornelius Ellah on his recent appointment, Association of Cross River Online Journalists (ACROJ) congratulates him on his new position.
ACROJ in a congratulatory letter signed by its Chairman and Secretary, Comrade Edem Darlington and Comrade Jeremiah Archibong, made available to our newsroom facilitate with the erudite, saying his elevation is clearly as result of hard work, commitment, diligence to duty as well as his track records.
The Association in which Mr. Ellah is also a member, further adds that it is a well deserved elevation as he has moulded great minds over the years, imploring him to keep the fire burning in bringing up intellectuals like he had done in previous years.
Letter in full: “Association of Cross River Online Journalists – ACROJ wishes to congratulate you on your recent promotion as the new Head of Mass Communications Department in the prestigious Cross River State University of Science and Technology – CRUTECH.
“Your elevation is clearly a result of hard work, commitment and diligence to duty. Your track record in the University speaks loudly about this.
“You have molded thousands of students who today, are big industry players and professionals across the country. We commend the authorities of the University, for this move, and hope that you will use your new position, to mold more professionals like you have done in the many years you have put in to the university.
“ACROJ congratulates you and pray that God Almighty grants you wisdom in your new assignment.”
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