Friday, May 8, 2015

Appointments at The Guardian Post: Mua Patrick Promoted SW/LT Regional Bureau Chief

Yaounde, Cameroon—Budding  Buea-based journalist, Mua Patrick Mughe has been promoted to the rank of regional bureau chief of The Guardian Post newspaper for the Southwest/Littoral regions.
Mua who has written a plethora of grand breaking stories from the foot of mount Cameroon, was prior to his promotion the Buea bureau chief of the same media organ.
Mua (credit: facebook)
The promotion is contained in an appointment decision signed by the publisher/editor of The Guardian Post, Ngah Christian Mbipgo on Monday May 4, 2015.
It is worth noting that Mua Patrick is the first to head the newly created Southwest/Littoral regional bureau of media organ.
Meantime, at the central desk, Amindeh Blaise Atabong, formerly desk editor was appointed society desk editor.
Ezieh Sylvanus Acha’ana’s portfolio of deputy editor was modified to deputy editor in charge of political affairs.
Previously desk editor, Mbom Sixtus is now culture/sports desk editor as per Monday’s appointments.
According to Ngah Christian Mbipgo, publisher/editor of The Guardian Post, the appointments are part of on-going moves to eventually publish five times a week. The paper is currently published three times a week; Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
See complete list of appointments below;

Editorialist: Asong Ndifor

Deputy Editor in charge of Political Desk: Ezieh Sylvanus Acha’ana

Economy Desk Editor: Obi Cyprian Ntiamba Ntui

Society Desk Editor: Amindeh Blaise Atabong

Culture/Sports Desk Editor: Mbom Sixtus

Science/Technology Desk Editor: Suh Janefrancis

Littoral/South West Bureau Chief: Mua Patrick Mughe

West/North West Bureau Chief: Ndi Michael Ndi

Meme/Ndian Bureau Chief: Njingang Godwin

Bui/Donga Mantung Bureau Chief: Peter Adi Fonte

Commercial Manager: Ndoh Eric

Production/Circulation Manager: Abdurahaman Nformi

Office/ Layout Manager: Tar Beri Vivian

Bamenda Office Manager In-charge of Circulation/Sales: Nkambfu King

Chief of Mails/Transportation: Ngala Edwin

Monday, May 4, 2015

Boh Elvis Is New Editor-In-Chief Of STV

Douala, Cameroon—Boh Elvis, 28 years old, is the new manager of news at the Douala based TV channel, Spectrum Television (STV). He was appointed on April 30, 2015 by the CEO of the private TV channel, Collins Ebarko Mukete.
'Bobe' Boh (Photo credit, facebook)

Boh, the first Anglophone to be appointed to that position at STV replaces Thierry Ngongang who has managed the news room of the private TV channel for 11years.
Amy Banda was Ngongang’s deputy before her resignation. She was succeeded by, Fointama Che who served in that capacity until the April 30 appointments where the post of deputy editor was scrapped.
Prior to his appointment, Boh was the coordinator of the Yaounde bureau of the TV channel. He has served in that capacity for about four (4) years. Until November 2014, Boh was the lone reporter of STV in Yaounde. He was later joined by five (5) other reporters, including former "La Nouvelle Expression" reporter, WIlliam Bayiha.
Boh Elvis is holder of a Bachelor of Arts certificate in journalism from the Advanced School of Journalism and Mass Communication, ASMAC Yaounde.
Before joining the STV group, Boh worked for the CPDM Central Committee newspaper, L’Action. He left the newsroom of the newspaper shortly the party’s 3rd ordinary congress of September 2011.
 Boh was amongst some 126 journalists recruited by the government under the Special recruitment of 25.000 young graduates into the public service in 2011, but he damned the public service offer.
The new editor-in-chief is expected in Douala this week to assume duty.
Congratulations “Monsieur le REC”
By Ndi Eugene Ndi