AGEDAH, Horatio Nelson Oyenke

Born July 24, 1929
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AGEDAH,

Haratio

Nelson Onyenke
Gender: Male
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Has six children

Profession Journalist , Legal practitioner , Administrator
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third class clerk, stenographer, confidential secretary with the old Nigerian Marine Department, 1948-55, joined the Nigerian Broad casting Corporation in 1956, worked as a freelance sports reporter and commentator later held posts as news talk producer, senior news editor, political analyst and parliamentary commentator until his appointment as the Corporation’s first indigenous director of news and current affairs in 1962, appointed deputy director-general and alternate director-general in 1975, one time president, Nigerian Guild of Editors, member, Nigerian National Olympic Association; Chairman, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, broadcaster, journalist, barrister-at-law, retired Deputy Director General for Programmes Matters, Nig. Broadcasting Corporation, one of the specialists who engineered the take-off of the Nigerian National News Agency;

Baptist Academy, Lagos; read law as an external student of London University, obtained LL.B. (Hons) and called to the Bar following completion of his legal studies 'at the Nigerian Law School;
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Sports, especially boxing, reading.

16, Ruxton Road, Ikoyi, Lagos (Office): c/o N.N.P.C. Buildings Falomo – Ikoyi, Lagos;

Alive
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