NGR Campus, a platform set up to share and encourage information, views, reviews and analysis about students in tertiary institutions, has announced its new editorial team and it is an all-women team.
The new editors are Amina Usman, Sholaye Esievo and Funke Waleola. These three new editors come from different academic and professional backgrounds that vary from Linguistic to Microbiology to Diplomacy but they also share one thing common: They are all CIAPS Postgraduate Professional Students of Media and Journalism.
In a joint statement distributed by the Publishing Editor, Funke Waleola, the team confirmed their commitment to the vision of NgrCampus and promised to pursue their vision of creating a stable environment that provides news tips to foster success in an uncertain environment through empathy, honesty and factual information in line with professionalism.
Commenting on the news, CIAPS Centre Director, Prof Anthony Kila, noted that an all-women editorial team is a fortunate coincidence that will benefit the Ngrcampus community.
Meet the Team
Amina Usman is a University of Lagos graduate of Microbiology. She works as a Phlebotomist and has a passion for creating impact through education, literacy, writing, and volunteering. She is currently a CIAPS Postgraduate Professional Student of Media and Journalism. She is looking to build a career in Media and Journalism. At CIAPS, she has written articles on Media and Communications in Nigeria
Sholaye Esievo is a University of Benin graduate of International Studies and Diplomacy. She enjoys the communication space and has a passion for the media. She is currently a CIAPS Postgraduate Professional Student of Media and Journalism. Her articles at CIAPS have gotten great reviews. She will be heading the NGR Campus fashion and lifestyle desk.
Funke Waleola is an Obafemi Awolowo University graduate of Linguistics and African Languages. She is a sports analyst at Top radio (90.9fm) with an unreserved flair for entertainment. She loves baking, cooking and has interests in writing and the media in general. She is currently a CIAPS Postgraduate Professional Student of Media and Journalism. Her publications and research cover areas of Media and Languages.