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Lagos SWAN mourns Muyiwa Daniel - ITREALMS

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The Sports Writers' Association of Nigeria (SWAN), Lagos Chapter has expressed deep shock following the demise of veteran Sport Journalist, Muyiwa Daniel, reports 
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SWAN chairman, Mr. Debo Oshundun, in a statement shortly after receiving the sad news on Sunday, said the veteran journalist's demise was a huge loss to the profession and sports in particular.

“MD, as we call him served Nigeria meritoriously and has made his mark as a sport journalist and an administrator. 

“A thorough and grounded journalist. He wants things done without excuses and ready to go extra miles to achieve his set goals. 

“We make bold to say our own Muyiwa Daniel was one of the best journalists Nigeria have ever produced. 

“While we commiserate with his family over this irreparable loss, we also thank God for a fulfilled life by our late big brother,” Oshundun stated.

The deceased was the Sports Editor of Concord newspapers. He was also the Assistant Director, Media (COJA) for the 8th All African Games in 2003. 

Daniel was Deputy Editor in Chief, Just News newspaper, a publication sponsored by Fanny Amun.

Until his demise, late Daniel was the Head, Media Resource Department, Surulere Local Government. 

Daniel, aged 62 is survived by wife and children.

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