Editor Daily, Nigerian Chronicle To Speak At 6th CrossRiverWatch Capacity Building Training For Journalists

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Florence Oluohu, Editor Daily, Nigerian Chronicle
Florence Oluohu, Editor Daily, Nigerian Chronicle

The sixth edition of CrossRiverWatch capacity building training for journalists slated to hold tomorrow Saturday, 23rd January, 2016 will have Florence Oluohu, Editor Daily of Nigerian Chronicle as the guest speaker.

She will be speaking on “Editorial Expectations.” The session is expected to expose the trainees to what is expected of them as gate keepers, and dwell on what are the basic minimum standards for editorial consideration and conclusions.

The training is open to all journalists and interested members of the public who have love for the job.

Venue for the training is at the CrossRiverWatch Corporate Headquarters, No. 2 Ndidem Usang Iso (Marian) Road, Calabar.

Time is 3:30pm prompt to 5:30pm; trainees are required to be seated on or before 3:30pm.

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