CRUTECH Alumni President Congratulates Inyali Peter,  Gov. Ayade on new appointment

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The National President of Cross River University of Technology (CRUTECH)  Alumni Association, Comrade Eyam Abeng has on behalf of the National Executive Council and members of the association congratulated Comr. Inyali Peter on his well deserved appointment as the Senior Special Assistant on Media to the Executive Governor of Cross River State,Sen. Prof. Ben Ayade. 

Inyali, until his appointment is the image maker and National Public Relations Officer of CRUTECH Alumni, a Ph.D candidate at the Cross River University of Technology and also a young Lecturer in the  Department of Mass Communication and Digital Studies, University of Calabar, Calabar.  

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Comr. Abeng who is also a permanent member of CRUTECH Governing Council and a Senior Staff at the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) also used the medium to thank His Excellency the Governor, Sen. Prof. Ben Ayade  for considering a worthy Alumnus like Comr. Inyali for that sensitive position and pray the Governor to appoint more CRUTECH products into his government.

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In his word “Cross River University of Technology (CRUTECH) is blessed with worthy graduates who have the intellectual, moral and physical capacities to contribute in no mean majors to the progress and robust development of our dear state. The Alumni body is endowed with capable hands in the areas of Engineering, Sciences, Architecture, Communication, Agriculture, Management, etc who can deliver competently and satisfactorily inline with global best practices, if given the opportunity to serve”.   

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He encourage the Governor to always look inward in selecting his appointees and contractors in this dispensation. 

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