Ike Uche Of Vanguard Billed For CrossRiverWatch Capacity Building Training

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Mr. Ike Uche
Mr. Ike Uche

Ike Uche, journalist with Vanguard Newspaper is set to grace the third edition of CrossRiverWatch capacity building training for online journalists in the State.

Mr. Ike will be teaching attendees on the various “Types of News Writing, Advantages and Disadvantages”.

The session will expose the trainees to the various forms and/or types of news writing which is the core of journalism as well as the merits and demerits of each type, bearing in mind the ethical provisions of the noble profession.

The training which is the third in the series, holds every Saturday evening and is open to all online journalists in Cross River State and members of the public interested in knowing the rudiments of the profession.

The date is Saturday November 28, 2015 at CrossRiverWatch Cooperate Headquarters, No. 2 Ndidem Usang Iso (Marian) Road Calabar.

Time 4-5:30pm prompt.

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