M.C.K Ajuluchukwu was a respected Nigerian journalist who was head of the Eastern Nigeria Information Service in the 1960s. He was a product of the Zik group of newspapers starting out as an assistant editor for the then Anthony Anahoro run Daily Comet in 1946. He then served as editor of the West African Pilot and the Nigerian Outlook in the 1950s. In the case of the latter, he went on to become the general manager and editor in chief of the Outlook and with the former, he was author of a popular column titled the Weekend Catechism. During the Nigerian second republic, he was a director of publicity for the Unity Party of Nigeria. and later served as the general manager of the [[M.K.O. Abiola][ owned Concord.
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