Friday, 24 August 2018

SOCRISS Leadership welcome Prince Otu to Malabor as he commissions project

L-R Prince Ajah, SOCRISS, BOT chairman, Prince Bassey Otu 

| 24th August 2018 | Ukorebi Esien

All is now set for the leadership of Southern Cross river state student-led by its BOT chairman, Prince Ajah Ajah to receive the distinguished Sen. Prince Bassey Otu and other nationally recognized politicians from the state to University of Calabar, UNICAL as he commissions the newly built Ultra Modern Laundry Bay by the Student Union President, Comrade Kelvin Enyam.

Prominent among the delegation visiting the armless battalion of Malabor Republic is Sen. Prince Bassey Otu who will be carrying out the official commissioning of the project. According to the SUG president Comrade Enyam, the event will also be graced by other prominent politicians in the likes Hon. Daniel Asuquo AKA  Dansuki, member representing Akamkpa and Biase Local Government Areas in the Federal House of Representatives, others include Sen. John Owan Enoh, Mr. Emmanuel Ironbar who is former SA Political to Imoke and currently SA to NDDC Board chairman  and several others.

Comrade Adjah, a onetime worldwide President of National Association of Cross River State Student, said he feels honored hosting these great men to his Alma mater and believes that their presence in the Malabor republic will indeed be rewarding to the students, the union and the school as a whole. He also told TDN that it is wise and needful for a student loving and friendly father like the distinguished Sen. Prince Bassey Otu be honored to commission the very first project of a SUG president who is a product of SOCRISS.
He used the opportunity to thank Sen. Bassey for his readiness to always identify with the needs of Cross River State students and wish the visitors a wonderful stay on campus.
Also speaking the SUG President of the union, Comrade Kelvin Enyam, said he feels delighted having his father Prince Otu commissioning his first project in office after two months of his resuming office as the union's president.
The student leader said the project was carried out due the need to give student a conducive environment to do their laundry. And that Prince Otu had been a long standing friend of the University and the union.
It should also be recalled that the distinguished senator had in recent past demonstrated his friendliness to student especially when a assisted Malabites and Malabresses with over 70,000 liters of water to aid the water scarcity situation the student found themselves in during one of the staff industrial action.
The event is slated for about now.     

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