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Inyali Emerges Sole Candidate For UNICROSS Alumni Presidential Election

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December 11, (THEWILL) – Dr. Inyali Peter has emerged as the sole candidate for the University of Cross River State UNICROSS Alumni Association elections.

The graduate of Mass Communication from the University and former Student leader was the only presidential candidate screened and cleared.

This was contained in a list released and jointly signed by the Electoral Committee Chairman and Secretary, Comrades Victor Agbor and John Utibe, respectively.

Two other candidates, Andrew Ntul and Jumbo Isek, did not make it through the screening process.

While Ntul was disqualified for withdrawing from the race and not attending the screening, Isek, on the other hand, was disqualified for not meeting the constitutional requirements to contest for the office.

With this development, Dr. Inyali will be ratified during the 5th National Convention of the association, which will be held at the U.J Esuene Stadium, Calabar on December 12.

Reacting, Inyali said that although he has been announced as the sole candidate for the position, his victory is not yet official as executives of the association can only emerge on the floor of the national convention.

“Hopefully, we will react formally tomorrow if and when the convention ratifies me. Remember that the convention can still refuse to ratify me. So, we are calm and waiting for the outcome of the convention tomorrow,” he said.

UNICROSS, formerly known as the Cross River University of Technology, is a state-owned institution with a multi-campus structure.

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THEWILL Correspondent, Aniekan Bassey has over six years experience that spans across several fields in print journalism including development communication, sexual reproductive and health rights issues, crime, climate change, social justice, business and human interest stories.

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