IKEDDY Isiguzo, chairman of the Editorial Board of Vanguard newspaper, has resigned his appointment on June 29, after a cumulative service of 27 years. Isiguzo, who was the editorial board chairman for 10 years, is currently doing a Ph.D. programme at the Pan-Atlantic University, Lagos. He graduated with a Master’s in Media Enterprise from the school.
He is to pursue other media and leadership interests as editor-in-chief of Momentum Africa.
He joined Vanguard in 1984 as deputy sports editor and left in 1994 as deputy editor of the newspaper to work in insurance firm, returning in 1997 as member, Editorial Board and became substantive chairman in December 2004.
Isiguzo started his career in journalism from The Punch in 1978, moved to The Guardian in 1983 for his National Youth Service Corps after graduating from the Institute of Management and Technology, Enugu.
— Jul 20, 2015 @ 01:00 GMT