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As Cross River state Students set out to commence another academic session, The Special Assistant to the Governor on Students Affairs, Comrade Kelvin Enyam has reiterated government commitment to prioritise the welfare of students and partner with institutions across the state to provide an enabling environment for seamless teaching, learning and researching process NEGROIDHAVEN has garnered.

Comrade Enyam who stated this on Wednesday during a courtesy call on the Vice Chancellor of the University Cross River State (UNICROSS), Prof Augustine Angba and the management team, said he decided to begin the courtesy call with the varsity because it is the state owned university.

While extolling the vice chancellor for his numerous achievements since he took over the leadership of the institution, the SA said this partnership which is in line with providing a safe and conducive learning environment for students as the People’s First Governor became necessary due to the rising challenges students face in campuses ranging from security and other welfare concerns, assuring that the office of the Special Assistant student affairs will continue to partner the institution in ensuring that the People’s First mandate of the Governor is achieved.

On his part, the vice chancellor thanked Governor Otu for his continuous support and interest in the school which is evident in the establishment of the medical school in Okuku campus and for reviving the faculty of agriculture.

While asserting that they, just like every other institutions face some untold challenges, the VC assured that they will not relent in doing their best to represent the state.

Mr Efio-Ita Nyok, during the vote of thanks on behalf of the team, appreciated the VC for the warmth reception despite the short notice.