Veteran journalist Ebo Quansah has returned to The Chronicle as Editor of the paper.
Mr. Quansah, who recently caught publicity for writing to FIFA President Sepp Blatter over what he said was creeping political interference in the administration of football in Ghana, has edited many publications over the years.
He was appointed Editor of The Ghanaian Chronicle in January 1997, on his return from thirteen and a half years in exile in London.
Since leaving Chronicle, Mr. Quansah, who is the immediate past President of the Sports Writers Association of Ghana, has edited the Public Agenda and the Evening News.
He takes over from Mr. Emmanuel Akli, who reverts to his original position as Associate Editor.
Look out for the incisive Ebo Quansah Column on Thursdays.