Posted by News Express | 15 June 2013 | 2,731 times
The newest entrant into Nigeria’s print media industry, The SUPREME newspaper, hits the newsstand tomorrow. The colourful newspaper which is built and anchored on investigative journalism boasts of experienced and committed professionals in all areas of journalism.
The Editor-in-Chief, Prince Joe Aruga Omokaro (JP), is a veteran journalist in crime reporting.
One of the columnists is a renowned retired Commissioner of Police, Mr. Frank Odita.
The paper is anchored on investigative journalism, especially in crime, politics and religious reporting.
Prince Omokaro holds a Diploma in Journalism and a Post Graduate Diploma in Marketing. He started his journalism career about 23 years ago. He was a Press Officer to a Military Administrator during the military era. He had also worked in various newspapers like The SUN as Assistant News Editor and acted as News Editor of the Sunday SUN. He later left for the Daily Independent also as Assistant News Editor before he joined The Moment as acting Deputy Sunday Editor until September 2012, when he set up an online portal, The SUPREME.
•Photo shows The SUPREME Editor-in-Chief, Prince Omokaro.
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