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Biography/Profile/History of “AIT TV Presenter” Salamatu Ibrahim

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Salamatu Ibrahim , the television Presenter and reporter had her University Education at Ahmadu Bello University Zaria where she studied Mass Communications and graduated with honors.

In other to pursue her career in the television industry, she joined the African Independent Television(AIT) in 2007. She however got a lot of exposure from the morning programme titled Kaakaki, the African voice, a programme  she anchors with two other colleagues, Adaora Onyechere and Senami Ohiomokhare. The programme bothers on contemporary issues within Nigeria.

Salamatu Ibrahim is a graduate of the Mass Communications Department in the prestigious Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. Her apparent astuteness and veracity has earned her numerous recognitions including The Grand Order of Merit and Global Ambassador of Peace Award in 2013.

Her apparent astuteness and veracity has earned her numerous recognitions including the Grand Order of Merit and Global Ambassador of peace Award in 2013.

Salamatu Ibrahim was a researcher with the Baobab for Women’s Human Rights in 2004 before she went ahead to work full time with World Association of Non-Governmental Organisation(WANGO). Where she worked as a staff writer and proof reader at the News Magazine Department of the Organisation.

Her love for what she does is seen as she maintains her passion for reportage. She covers the environment and water resources sectors. Her experience at African Independent Television(AIT), is not limited to news writing and production of documentary segments. Worthy of note is her documentary on the ECOWAS Parliament in 2010 and the Ogoni Oil Spill in 2012.

Salamatu Ibrahim is currently one of the trio anchoring the morning programme, Kaakaki, The African Voice on the AIT network which is a discussion programme on burning contemporary issues within Nigeria.

She also maintains her burning passion for reportage and covers the Environment and Water Resources sectors. Her work experience at AIT also includes news writing and the production of documentary segments, and her works on the ECOWAS parliament in 2010 and the Ogonil and oil spill in 2012 were extensively aired and documented.

Prior to joining AIT in 2007, she worked as a staff writer and proof reader at the News Magazine Department of the World Association of Non-Governmental Organisation (WANGO).  She also doubled as a volunteer in WANGO before joining full-time after a contract as a researcher with the Baobab for Women’s Human Rights in 2004.


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