Mentoring Today’s Young for the Future

Mentoring Today’s Young for the Future
Picture shows Third Year students of the department of Mass Communication, Cross River University of Technology (CRUTECH), Calabar, in a group photograph with me and Iwara Iwara of HIT 95.9 FM Calabar, after today’s lecture on Advanced Media Writing (MAC 3106).

Iwara is the current Chairman, Association of Cross River Online Journalists. I invited him to feature as Guest Lecturer in our class, in line with my belief that the more my students learn from the practical experiences of professionals in the field of Mass Communication, the more they would get inspired to excel.

I thank Iwara for his erudite presentation today. I trust that our country would soon reap good fruits from what he has planted today.

Watch out for these future leaders of today!

  • Cornelius Ellah

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Viola Azik Abam Believe me they will never forget today’s lectures it will always be a remarkable one. I could still recall when you invited Omini Oden for a similar lecture while in 300 level, I tell you that day is still fresh in my mind. When it comes to lecturing you are the best because you are so innovative. Thanks for being a friend and a teacher.
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Patricia Oke Augustine I pray and hope that one day, this day will be a reference, to great achievements among us (B.Sc 3).

Iwara Iwara was indeed, a great inspiration to us all today.
Indeed, Journalism is an interesting field. I am glad to be here.
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 Doristina Ezejiofor Good one there my favorite lecturer back in the days. Bravo. keep the dept. alive. God bless.
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 Patrick Agbor Oyongha Jnr Great work sir thank God bless u. Glamour and hazards of journalism 20011 class it was our own Omini Oden you invited to inspire us I enjoyed that class I will never forget that lecture it was memorable
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 Alice Uke Augustine Yea@patrick it was a great one wit Mr Omini Oden, want to thank u sir, nd God bless you nd the upcoming Ella juniors
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 Edwin Ashindorbe All i have to say is that, thank you sir for efforts. You’re too much!
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 Austine Uwiah We enjoyed such rare privilege in our 3rd year and it’s still very fresh in my mind what Mr. Omini Oden lectured that day…

Sir, you’re truly called to Mentor the young Generations… Remain bless
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Ukupa Francis Our lives have been exemplary, because we were ready to listen and take home some teachings you in ur voluntary good manner impacted on us..today,we strive to make positive marks in our various endeavors..no one goes through ur tutelage and remain the same..the evidence is clear like the skies….God Bless You Sir!!!

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 Lilian Nneka Owasi God bless you, Mr Ellah.

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 Buturo Pee So nice to know that you are appreciated by your students. Keep it up. Congratulations

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 Cornelius Ellah Doc, the credit goes to you. I am your student. Thanks for being my Mentor.

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Linda Ellah

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 Lucky Ido Today’s class was different, different in the sense that it was not just the usually lecture with you our wonderful lecturer and off course the man i inspire to be like academically but you also came with a practicing journalist whose presence alone waSee More
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 Eddy Etta Fact

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 Okwe Pius Wow! So interesting Sir. This reminds me of Mr. Omini Oden the then NUJ Calabar chapter you brought in one of our lectures and he is a reporter and broadcaster In NTA now and anytime I see him, I appreciate ur effort. God bless you

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Eno Sampson A lecturer born; ur charisma among graduates and undergraduates equally is simply enchanting,whenever i think back2my undergraduate days,u are the lecturer that coat those memories. As the mass of ur admirers keeps building,wish u could vie for a political position.
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China Mnena I was inspired today. Thank you sir.

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Sandra Aghelegin Yes sir, thats good, you did that in our set too. Glamour and hazards of journalism. Thanks a million sir, God bless always

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Nicey Okwari Sir you always sow good seed in your students…. Not only the theory you back it up with practicals your experience and other people’s experience…. No right thinking student that will graduate from mass communication and not remember you for your dSee More

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Cornelius Ellah Amen. Thanks

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Okwari It’s my pleasure sir

 

Linda Ellah
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Ukpabi Omini Ahor Boss, you also did it in my set when you brought Mr Omini Oden. It was quite impacting. Any serious student who graduated in that dept cannot forget you. Be bless.
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Grace Ndika Sir u really inspired a lot of us today…I’m this kind of ‘grade person’ when it comes to results and academic work ‘cos i actually want to graduate with a good cert…but then, today’s class gave me a different mindset. I learnt so much today that i’See More

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Onu Clement Okwoche Nice one big bro

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Placidus Amama Awesome! Way to invest in the future!

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Jude Ebu Yes sooo! U once invited Etuma Edu to inspire us on same topic. Bravo sir.
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Marshal Abia This was the same way you brought Mr Omini Oden (The then Chief Press Secretary to former Governor Sen Liyel Imoke) to lecture us on Specialised Reporting. Good one here again!
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Okpokiri Pizzy Jone’s In fact i remain silent….#but i must say one thing, you are TOO much SIR….Your efforts sir , will not be invain.
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Andy Akpotu Adeshi My brother Mr Ellah like father like son. Tks for impacting on humanity. I was humbled to tears of joy going through your past n present students awesome comments and or remarks. Am glad an Ogoja man n we commend ur efforts. More grace n God bless you richly .
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Cornelius Ellah Amen. Gafor.

Linda Ellah

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Agbor Bankong I am not good in flattering and as such dis is not flattering. U are indeed an EXCEPTIONAL lecturer. Ur passion and ingenuity are really amazing. May God bless u really good for ur efforts in going extra miles to c dat ur students get practical knowlege of what u teach theoretically. Well done sir.
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Arrow Abang more grace to your able sir, we most all live to appreciate your good work in mass communication department. since exception of my life sir, I have never seen any body who is as punctual as you are sir. your 8 o’clock lectures is 8 o’clock with that only I most say thank you sir.
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Cecilia Bisong After seeing this section of photograph I quickly remembered a one time lecture 09 set had with MR Omini Oden @ exact 8: o’clock on a Monday morning…..You r recognised beyond the four corners of CRUTECH MR Cornelius Ellah God bless you real Good!
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Uduak Effiong That is a practical demonstration of what is called resourcefulness in teaching! God bless you for blessing you students in this unique way!!
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Cornelius Ellah Amen. Thanks for your encouraging words, Prof.
Linda Ellah
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Joy Philips Wow! This must really be life impacting. Am missing a lot, God vendicate me.
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Abigail Daniels Keep it up
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Edwin Ashindorbe The demonstration from Mr. Iwara .U. Iwara, a staff of #HITFMRADIOSTATION, Calabar today’s when impacting knowledge on us, remains me when we were taught during our Primaries School and Secondary days with the use of instructional materials that enhancSee More
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Ofem Enang Cornelius, keep up the good work. You had proper grooming from the ‘old’ school, FSAS Ogoja where you cut your teeth. Well done.
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Alobo Ishmael Eba You will live long to reap the fruits of your labour. God bless you richly my mentor

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Agnessie Linus Only Mr. Ellah can do this! I remember Mr Oden’s visit, and the honor done me to lead the vote of thanks. Never will I forget. God keep you to reap all the good seeds sown.
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Richard Idigbogu Yes! You did something similar during my days; you invited Mr. Omini Oden, the then state chairman of NUJ to throw more light on certain areas. I still can remember how elated my colleagues and I were then. Well done sir! When I become a lecturer, I’d love to be like you.
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Evelyn Ojeka Our time Wizard always proud of you sir. I sometimes wonder how you manage to keep to time, know all your students by name and our individual capability. You are indeed a blessing to mass communication dept CRUTECH.
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Felix Akubuenyi Great idea!
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Dominic Max I can’t add a work,i think all have been said……case close.
Donald Obong I remember when you invited Omini Oden to tell us the hazard of journalism. the memory linger on .you demystify academics…I am proud of you sir.I wish you many more years on the rudder.
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Joseph Orok That’s teaching made easy…it’s the way
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Grace Ugbe I say thank u and well done to this great lecturer of mine. He doesn’t depend only on theory but practical. I remember some years ago, the 2009 set also benefited from a guest lecturer. Sir may God continue to bless you to carry on your good work on impacting so much in the lives of students.
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Tessy Stephen Sir, you’re just the best for such curses and you equally did same for us and that alone gave some of us the opportunity to meet with a great man (Mr Oden). For what you always impact in the life of your students, I pray God rewards you handsomely. I miss your 8 o’clock class sir… You’re always punctual except for times I don’t know and have never been recorded.

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Akor Wonah Good, this is taking me back to Memory Lane in my days in campus,as we use to through u have the then chief press secretary to gov imoke, Mr onini oden as our guest lecturer. Keep it up sir.

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Tessy Okpa-Henry You just made me cast my mind back to the guest lecturer you brought during our set few years back Omini Oden and how inspiring his keynote lecture was to us then and now. Keep up the good works Sir!
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Mary Godwin Okon Sir, mass communication department in CRUTECH is bless to have you. You are one lecture that has impacted positively in the life of every student that pass through your class both in leaning and character wise… May God continue to keep you and protect you.
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Elijah A. John I am proud of you Sir. Cheers

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Florence Oluohu That is vintage Ella. You inspire your students to unprecedented heights. May your reward come in bounteous measures. Well done, Sir.

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Stanley Asu All said and done… Thank you sir. I remained grateful

 

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