Chronicle Newspapers Editor-In-Chief Emerge Nigerian Guild Of Editors Vice President (East)

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By Odey Ojeka 

The Editor-In-Chief of Chronicle Newspapers, Mr. Sam Egbala, has emerged as the Vice President (East) of the Nigerian Guild of Editors during the 2019 Biennial Convention which held at Oranmiyan Hall, Airport Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos State yesterday.

The Convention had the theme “Media Convergence As Strategy For Survival”.

Shortly after the victory, the Chronicle Newspapers Editor Daily, Florence Oluohu took to Facebook to commend her boss.

According to her, “I congratulate him and other members of the executive for emerging triumphant. May the Lord grant them grace for the race ahead.”

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