Born 23 July 1952

Tarkwa in the Western Region of Ghana



(born 23 July 1952) is a Nigerian journalist and writer. the editor of Weekend Concord from 1989 to 1999, and the founding editor-in-chief of The Sun (Nigeria) from 2003 to 2010. Renowned for his human interest approach to reporting, he is frequently regarded as the father of tabloid journalism in Nigeria. In 2011, he founded Entertainment Express. With Dimgba Igwe, his friend and writing partner, he has written various books on business and journalism, with 50 World Editors: Conversation With Journalism Masters on Trends and Best Practices (2015) receiving particular acclaim. Since his abrupt retirement from The Sun, he spends more time writing new books. He remains a director at The Sun.
Gender: Male
Name of Spouse Olubukola.
State of Origin: Osun State
Father's Name
Mother's Name
Number of Male Children 3

three sons.

Working Experience Reporter for News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) , Concord Newspaper , managing director and editor-in-chief The Sun Publishing Limited , publisher Entertainment Express
Anglican Primary School, Tarkwa,. Methodist School, Aboso,.Anglican Middle School, Prestea. Sekondi College 1965,.Axim Secondary School.. Ijebu-jesha Grammar School,.. University of Lagos in 1973.

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