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Profile of Rotarian Azuh Arinze

Azuh Arinze, who served as the Editor of ENCOMIUM WEEKLY between 2003 and 2011, is the Publisher/Editor-in-Chief of YES INTERNATIONAL! Magazine. Before that, and as a 26 year-old, he had edited REEL STARS Magazine. Thus becoming one of Nigeria’s youngest editors ever.

He obtained a Higher National Diploma (HND) in Mass Communication from the famous Institute of Management and Technology (IMT), Enugu and a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration from the Lagos State University.
Azuh was named AFRICA’S BEST ENTERTAINMENT WRITER in 2010 in London by the organizers of African Film Awards.

He is an associate member of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations as well as member of the Nigerian Guild of Editors, League of Soft-sell Publishers, Rotary International, Order of the Knights of St. Mulumba and AES Excellence Club.

He has also attended certificate courses at PMA-Press Association, London and Pan-Atlantic University, Lagos.
A widely travelled journalist, Azuh is married to Nkoli and blessed with two adorable children, Nmesomachukwu and Nekenechukwu. He enjoys reading, writing, singing and spending quality time in the presence of God.

His first book, TESTED AND TRUSTED SUCCESS SECRETS OF THE RICH AND FAMOUS, was well received and also enjoyed critical reviews. His current book, THE CEO’S BIBLE, continues to enjoy praise both in Nigeria and outside.
Equally the MD/CEO of HCL, a PR outfit, he plays ambassadorial roles for Lagos State Ministry of Environment, Federal Road Safety Commission, FRSC and National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA.

A renowned public speaker and success coach, who is always in high demand, he strongly believes in mentorship and finds time to guide the youth as well as up and coming writers and reporters on the way to go.

The 31st President of Rotary Club of Ikeja South, Azuh, one of the newly appointed ROTARY PUBLIC IMAGE AMBASSADORS FOR 2017-2018, had served in various capacities at both club and district levels in the past.