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Items filtered by date: April 2018

Akpabio, Onor, Ikpi, Others Promoted Profs In Unical

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Vice Chancellor of the University of Calabar, Prof Zana Akpagu has announced the promotion of 35 staff to the professorial cadre of the Institution.  The vice chancellor made the disclosure at an emergency senate meeting of the university held at the Senate chamber of the institution.

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UNICAL: Tough Days Ahead For Cultists, Says VC

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“It is important to note that you are not expected in any way or manner to socialize with any association that has been proscribed by the university such as the infamous secret cults. I am sure that your parents might have equally warned you about the consequences of cultism. This university has a zero-tolerance for cultism, any form of hooliganism, corruption and other vices…”

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Who Wants Senator Bassey Otu Dead?

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It is difficult not to cry wolf when there is one. That is exactly what a legal practitioner in Calabar, Barrister Utum Eteng has done for his client in order to save him from the evil machinations of some perceived political enemies. Eteng has sent an SOS to the Inspector General of Police, Mr Ibrahim Kpotum Idris, over an alleged plot to kidnap and assassinate Senator Bassey Otu.

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Bayelsa Gov To Partner With Young Innovators On ICT

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The Bayelsa State government has pledged its preparedness to partner more with the Young Innovators of Nigeria to train and empower Bayelsans on Information Communication Technology  across the state as part of efforts towards diversifying the economy, building capacity and creating jobs.

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Owan Enoh: Too Connected To The People

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“It is only the politically-ignorant and political mischief-makers that would say Senator John Owan Enoh has not done well. For me, he is the only Cross River voice in the 8th Senate. I feel proud having him as my Senator”

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