Media Fellows 2019

Media Justice Fellows 2019

Bolu Akindele

Bolu Akindele is a writer and journalist.

His work covers religion, health, and social justice as it concerns identity and development across Nigeria and West Africa.

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Isaac Sylvester Agih- Lawyer

Agih Sylvester Isaac is a legal practitioner and principal counsel with S.I AGIH & Co. (Elites Chambers). He is also a legal consultant with Citizens Gavel Foundation for Social Justice as well as a legal researcher for Diamond and Lilly. He holds a bachelor of laws degree (LLB Hons.) from Benue State University, Makurdi and is admitted to practice law in Nigeria.

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Joseph Agbro

After earning an Economics degree from Delta State University, Abraka, I've worked as a print journalist with The Nation newspaper for the past 12 years, reporting arts, business and entertainment. 

Despite coming into the profession by 'mistake', I've come to recognise and love journalism's inherent power in communicating information, entertaining and shaping of ideas.

However, in the midst of the fear and fierce competition between social media and traditional media, it is my belief that responsible journalism is not death-bound. And to better the world today, my goal is to continually put my media skills to the test in providing clarity with fact-based stories.

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Khadijah Muhammad Abdulhameed - Lawyer

Khadijah obtained my bachelor of laws degree (LLB) from Bayero university kano in the year 2015 after which she proceeded to the Nigerian Law School Lagos Campus in the same year and was called to the Nigerian Bar in the year 2016. She is a private legal practitioner with the law firm of AMINU ALIYU & CO and a human rights activist based in Jos, Plateau state.

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Kingsley Momoh describes himself as a media entrepreneur, public speaker and media consultant. He has worked in various capacities in the media and beyond.  His career which has spanned nearly two decades has seen him work in various capacities.

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Ngozi Oti- Lawyer
Ngozi Oti is a legal practitioner currently practising in Abuja, Nigeria. 
She obtained her BL from The Nigerian Law School Lagos in 2011 and since that time she has been active in the legal community, she has focused on cases involving domestic violence and  abuse; crimes against women and children, naturally being a feminist and an activist, the LGBT community seemed the next logical cause to advocate for. 
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Niyi Oyedeji
Niyi Oyedeji,  a graduate of the University of Ilorin, Ilorin Nigeria is a journalist cum human rights activist.
He has over three years of experience in journalism and advocacy, with his works revolving around education, global health, gender, entrepreneurship, development and humanitarian issues.
He is currently a Senior Reporter with the African Newspapers of Nigeria, Publishers of Tribune Titles. He holds Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism from the International Institute of Journalism, Ibadan.
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Samson Newton - Lawyer

Samson Adegboyega Newton is the principal Attorney of Newton Samson Legal Practice, a law Practice dedicated to the cause of promoting Human Rights and the defense of it.


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Sesugh Ivande - Lawyer

Sesugh Ivande was born on the 23rd of December 1992. He is a legal practitioner and a human rights activist working on peace, equality and justice. He obtained a bachelor of laws (LL.B) degree from Benue State University, Makurdi and proceeded to the Nigerian Law School after which he was called to the bar in 2016.

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Taiwo Ogunmola-Omilani - Media Journalist

Taiwo Ogunmola - Omilani is a journalist reporting for an online, Upshot Media in Lagos State, Nigeria.

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