David Hundeyin Biography
Award-winning Nigerian journalist and independent author David Hundeyin. He founded West Africa Weekly and is one of the most well-liked independent journalists in Nigeria and all of West Africa. His pieces have also appeared on numerous other websites, including CNN, Medium, Yahoo Finance, TED, TheCable, The Guardian (Nigeria), BusinessDay Nigeria, Sahara Reporters, and The Africa Report.
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David Hundeyin Wikipedia Profile
|Real Name:||David Hundeyin|
|Date Of Birth:||6th May 1990|
|Age:||31 years old @ 2022|
|State Of Origin:||Akwa State, Nigeria|
|Occupation:||Journalist, Radio Host, Blogger, Columnist|
|Net Worth:||Under review|
|Worked For:||CNN, BusinessDay News Channel|
David Hundeyin Educational Background
During his primary education, Hundeyin attended Grange School in Ikeja, Lagos. He then enrolled for his secondary education at the esteemed Atlantic Hall. He then continued on to the University of Hull in England where he completed his undergraduate studies in 2011 and received a degree in creative writing, culture, and society.
David Hundeyin Career and Journalism
David Hundeyin joined KPMG UK as a project assistant in 2012. In 2013, he began employment with Direct Group Limited as a Sales and Service Adviser. He then advanced to the post of account executive in 2014.
David Hundeyin is a Nigerian columnist and journalist. He has worked with and written for many domestic and foreign media sources. CNN, Business Day, The African Report, The New Yorker Magazine, and Netflix have all published his writings.
David Hundeyin served as a television writer for Channels Television’s Other News from 2017 to 2018. In 2018, David Hundeyin started working as a freelance reporter for Beln Crypto and as the Head of Content for BHM Group Nigeria.
In 2019, he started working as a contributing writer and columnist for News Wire NGR and Business Day, respectively. Since February 2020, David Hundeyin has written columns for Vanguard publications, and since December 2019, he has served as the West African Correspondent for The African Report.
Following Invictus Obi’s arrest by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in March 2020, he worked as a pundit for CNN from August 2019 to March 2020. (FBI).
David Hundeyin hosted the African Business Radio from 2018 to 2019 and contributed to CCN markets. Nova Animation and Copyrighting Studio is his own business.
David Hundeyin Personal Life
David Hundeyin wed when he was 25 years old. Online sources claim that he met his now-ex-wife through the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC). Three years after being married, the couple was divorced.
David Hundeyin Awards
David was proposed by the US Department of State in 2018 for the 2019 Edward Murrow Program for Journalists, which is part of the International Visitors Leadership Program (IVLP). He received the People Journalist for Informed Community 2020 Award in 2021.
David Hundeyin earned the prize for his writing on the Infectious Diseases Bill, which Nigeria’s House of Representatives discussed during the COVID-19 lockdown.