ACROJ Elects New Chairman, Vows To Take Online Journalism To New Heights

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The Association of Cross River Online Journalists (ACROJ) has elected Edem Darlington as its new Chairman.

Mr. Darlington succeeds Hope Obeten publisher of Calabarblog, who has been appointed Chief Press Secretary by the Speaker of the Cross River state House of Assembly.

Similarly, Archibong Jeremiah was returned unopposed as the Secretary.

Comrade Edem is the second elected Chairman and third to lead ACROJ.

Thanking members of the association, Darlington promised to take ACROJ to a higher height by galvanizing support across board for the growth of the group and its members.

He said training, professionalism and welfare of members will be his priority.

Comrade Iwara Iwara was the first Chairman In acting capacity while Comrade Hope Obeten was appointed and later elected as Chairman.

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