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Abam Makes 2015 Top Executives In Design, Printing And Publishing List

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THE Special Assistant to the immediate past Governor of Cross River State on Media, Strategy and Documentation, Kammonke Abam, has been listed among Top Executives in the Design, Printing and Publishing Industry 2015 in Nigeria by an international media rating and publishing agency.

In a letter signed by Editor-in-Chief of the American-based publication, Elvis Krivokuca, Abam’s inclusion is in recognition of his professional accomplishments in the printing and publishing sub-sector of the economy.

The letter reds in part: “By analysing the Nigerian design, printing & publishing industry, then ranking executives in several categories which reflect the exemplary strength of your business network and the size of your company, we are pleased to inform you that we have ranked you in the top five per cent of overall Nigerian executives.”

The publication, which is now available worldwide on Amazon, profiles top industry executives who may have the most impact upon the international business network.

The book focuses on esteemed peers with several key points highlighting the skills, perseverance and aspirations of the selected business leaders. Copies are already being reserved by libraries, professional groups, universities, researchers and other executives.

Abam was also presented with the Top Executives in the design, printing and publishing industry 2015, “Award of Excellence 2015” reflecting his hard work, perseverance, and tremendous accomplishment and continued future success.

Abam has authored and co-edited many publications among which are: ‘Margaret Ekpo: A Political Biography’ (1994); ‘Footprints 100: A Profile on 100 Top Cross Riverians’ (1996); ‘Factbook on Local Government Areas in Cross River State and the People Behind Them’ (1997); ‘Who’s Who in Cross River State’ (2001), a reviewed edition in 2014; and is currently concluding editorial work on the 2015 edition that will be in the book shops by July this year.

He also published a weekly newspaper, The Mandate between 2000 and 2001. In 2005, he started monthly magazine, Splendour. In 2006, Governor Donald Duke appointed him Special Assistant. When Senator Liyel Imoke was elected Governor in 2007, he appointed him Special Assistant, a position he holds currently.

In 2011, he started Politics Herald as a monthly magazine reporting the world of politics before re-engineering it into an online portal.



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