Frames of Honour: Iornem, Nongo, others make Advisory Board

By Felix Khanoba

The Management of Executive Writers Limited has announced an Advisory Board for its ‘Who is Who’ project, tagged Frames of Honour 2020.Members of the Board are: renowned professor; David Iornem, former Managing Director of Nigerian Export Processing Zones Authority (NEPZA); Engr. Terhemba Nongo, Hon. Egbe Emmanuel, and Dr. Sam Abah.

Others include; Barr. Mike Utsaha, Barr. Chris Alashi, Barr. Rodney Adzuanaga, Ms. Betty Anyiman, Ms. Josephine Wanger and Simon Imobo-Tswam .
A statement made available to newsmen in Abuja on Sunday, said Executive Writers Ltd is a composite communications outfit that engages in a broad spectrum of specialist consultancies while the Frames of Honour is its flagship project to add value to the society.

The statement signed by Simon Imobo-Tswam, Editor/Team Leader, Benue Frames of Honour, said the advisory board is chaired by Prof. Iornem.

He said the chairman is expected to bring to the table his impeccable political, managerial, educational and journalistic credentials.

According to the statement, the former NEPZA boss, Engr. Nongo will serve as Deputy Chairman for Zone B, while an accomplished businessman, media personality and international author.

Dr. Sam Abah, is the Zone C Deputy.

The statement reads: “The others are professionals or entrepreneurs in their own rights, including Imobo-Tswam, a seasoned journalist who has just left public service as the Head of Corporate Communications in a federal government agency.

“The board members will bring their wealth of varied experiences to bear on the Benue Frames of Honour project, and help the editorial team to produce a compendium of unprecedented reference value.

“The formation of this elite and cosmopolitan Advisory Board is a powerful step towards our promise to give Benue an authoritative, comprehensive, quantitative and qualitative compendium of unsurpassed historical value.

“While we are full of thanks to these great sons and daughters of Benue for volunteering their talents and time for this historic community project, we are appealing for corporate bodies, high-networth individuals as well as the Benue State Government for strategic partnerships.”

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