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August 10th, 2016
Bayo Onanuga

Bayo Onanuga

Bayo Onanuga, News Agency of Nigeria MD

Bayo Onanuga was the former Managing Director, Editor-in-Chief of TheNEWSGroup.

He is a fellow of the Nigerian Guild of Editors and a member of the World Association of Newspapers.

He was born in Ijebu-Ode on 20 June 1957.

He attended Ijebu Muslim College, Ijebu-Ode (1970-1974), Federal Government College, Odogbolu (1975-1977) and University of Lagos (1977-1980), where he graduated in Mass Communications, with Second Class (Upper Division) degree.

At the university, Onanuga was a John F. Kennedy Scholar, arising from the scholarship, he won for participating in a national essay contest in 1977.

After graduation, Onanuga first worked as Client Service Executive at Practions Partners, before he crossed over to OGTV (1982-1983).

In July 1983, he joined the Guardian as sub-editor in January 1985, National Concord as Senior Features Writer and later same year as Senior Correspondent for the weekly magazine, The African Concord.

Onanuga became editor of the magazine in 1989.

In April 1992, he resigned his appointment over the insistence of his publisher that he apologise over a story on Ibrahim Babangida, the military dictator of that time.

Onanuga thereafter led his colleagues, who resigned with him to found TheNEWSGroup in 1993.

Onanuga has been the Managing Director for E-I-C since then.

As a journalist, Onanuga has won several awards, the most prestigious being the Lord Astor Award for Courage and Commitment to Press Freedom. It was bestowed on him by the 50-nation Commonwealth Press Union in 1994.

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