Morayo Afolabi Brown is the popular Nigerian presenter using her voice to speak the truth about women’s rights.
Morayo Afolabi-Brown is a TV Host and daughter of the late Nigeria Bar Association (NBA) chief, Alao Aka-Bashorun. She was the deputy director of programmes at TVC before she resigned in May 2019 and host of popular breakfast show ‘Your View’ with cerebral ladies.
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Morayo Afolabi-Brown, a popular Nigerian television host of the breakfast show Your View on Television Continental (TVC) studied Political Science at Rutgers University, the State University of New Jersey. Growing up, Morayo modelled herself after her mother before she was inspired by the books she read about Abike Dabiri, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Ibukun Awosika, Oprah Winfrey and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, whom she really admires especially after reading their books and watching their speeches.
Morayo Afolabi-Brown began her career in the media in 2005 as a Client Service Manager at CMC Connect (a PR Company) before she moved to CUE Media, a content development company as the Head of Content, and Development, and later became a Senior Executive, Marketing, and Research. She is behind many concepts like “Girlfriends” (TV drama series), “Changing Lives” (Talk Show), and “Shop Easy”. She once worked as Business Development Manager and later became Head of Content and Channels Acquisition at HiTV, Nigeria’s first indigenous cable station provider before she was hired as Deputy Director of Programmes at TVC.
The media consultant with over a decade of experience in the industry is an avid advocate for the girl-child and women, gender equality and balancing, the need for more female representation in the political space.
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