Cross River University of Technology (CRUTECH) alumni association chairman, Mr. Eyam Abeng, over the weekend called on the Muhammadu Buhari administration to find a lasting solution to the lingering issue of 76 oil wells ceded to
THE alumni of Cross River University of Technology (CRUTECH), Calabar, has condemned in strong terms, the encroachment into the university’s land by the host community.
Former Senate leader and the Chairman-designate of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), Senator Victor Ndoma-Egba alongside a retired Director of the Nigeria National Petroleum Commission (NNPC) and Cross River State governorship candidate of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in the 2015
Cross River University of Technology (CRUTECH) alumni association has expressed desire to partner the General Electric Global Growth and Operations (GE) in the proposed two hundred million (N200, 000 000) Alumni Center project.
The Alumni association of the Cross River University of Technology is in consultation with stakeholders in the education sector home and abroad to ensure the varsity tops the next rankings says the president Eyam Abeng at the body’s launching for a new centre held last week Saturday in Calabar.
As part of their commitment to the administration of Governor Ben Ayade, Graduates from the state owned Cross River University of Technology, CRUTECH have expressed readiness to work for free to ensure the actualization of the proposed Calabar Rice City.