- Ms. Ijeoma Nwogwugwu of Arise TV recently named the most powerful journalist in Nigeria
- Delta State Governor Ifeanyi Okowa says Nwogwugwu’s recognition by Women in Journalism Africa is well deserved
Asaba – Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta has the managing director of Arise Television, Ms. Ijeoma Nwogwugwu, Congratulations on her rise as the most powerful journalist in Nigeria.
Nwogwugwu was recognized by Women in Journalism Africa (WiJAfrica), a global gathering of leading women in the media.
She was followed by Stella Jacob from TVC and Kadaria Ahmed was named in third place.
In a statement by his spokesman, Mr. Olisa Ifeajika, on Tuesday October 5, Okowa said Nwogwugwu’s rating as the most powerful sophomore journalist in Nigeria was a reflection of the impact of Arise Television’s news on national development.
He said that as the pioneering CEO of Arise TV, Nwogwugwu has added a lot of value to the company’s operations to get in Becoming one of the country’s leading news channels in just two years of existence.
The governor noted that her performance came as no surprise as she set the enviable record of editing all three titles on THISDAY for 11 uninterrupted years, the longest ever, and stated that the learned media amazon had remained the second woman in the history of Nigerian journalism to be appointed editor of a national newspaper.
According to the governor in the past two years to t he head of affairs of Arise TV, Nwogwugwu, has made the broadcaster have a strong influence on the national Achieving causes by reawakening and promoting the social and political consciousness of Nigerians.
“I urge you to take the insignia Use the elite media recognition to maintain the positively recognized quality of work at Arise TV, considering that this achievement could not have been achieved without the immense support and input of their colleagues in the Arise TV family. ‘ ‘
Okowa congratulates Asaba Monarch at 97
Governor Okowa recently congratulated Asagba of Asaba, Obi Chike Edozien, on his 97th birthday.
Okowa noted that since his accession to the throne, the monarch had given his people targeted guidance.
He pointed out that Asaba was during the reign of Professor Edozien experienced a major turnaround in infrastructure development e, including environmental improvements.