CRBC Fires Staff Over Insubordination, Instigating Colleagues Against Management

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By Osang Virtuous, Odido Anthonia, Rosemary Nkereuem

The Cross River Broadcasting Corporation (CRBC) has fired Isaac Effiom Okon for allegedly insubordination and instigating colleagues against the Management.

Mr. Isaac was fired in a letter dated 22 July, 2021 with reference number CRBC/ADM/380/VOL.X1/214.

According to the letter signed by Enang Akpanika, Director of Administration said “In view of the above gross misconduct in service through social media, aiding and abetting insults and spreading of lies and falsehood against management and SA CRBC. The management decided to terminate your appointment.”

See letter below.

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