Youngest Newspaper Editor in the History of Nigeria Resigns

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Ifreke Nseowo

A top newspaper editor, Ifreke Nseowo has resigned from his position as the Managing Editor of Community Pulse Newspapers.

According to his resignation letter leaked to the media by a source in the company, Nseowo resigned “purely on personal grounds”.

Dated 14th July, 2015 and addressed to the Chairman/CEO of Community Pulse, the letter reads in parts “I use this medium to appreciate you immensely for the opportunity you gave to me to serve the company for 7 years; and I was privileged to rise as a junior staff to the topmost echelon of the organization.

“I wish you and the newspaper all the best. My warmest regards to staff and management of the company”.

Nseowo currently holds the record of being the youngest newspaper editor in the history of Nigeria.

He is the publisher of online news portal, www.connoisseur.com.ng

He is mostly remembered for his long legal battle with Captain Iniobong Ekong, erstwhile Personal Assistant on Security Matters to former Governor of Akwa Ibom State, Senator Godswill Akpabio

Nseowo Resigns

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