Obi-West Utchaychukwu is a Nigerian from the Igbo extraction. He was born and raised up in Benin city, Edo state, Nigeria. He studied business administration in the university and he also has a certificate in French language. He moved to Finland five years ago and he has been able to carve out a niche for himself in the field of journalism due to his penchant for literally excellence. While in Nigeria, he had a stint with a media firm and he has written several interesting articles which borders on governance, travel, health and religion. Most of his articles were published by major media houses in Nigeria. He is the CEO of Diaspora Reporters, an
online media agency which was established last year with the mandate of keeping their online readers abreast with the latest news around the world. Aside journalism, he is also a prolific writer and a human rights activist. He is a polyglot and a well travelled person.
Sean Ricks is a contemporary editor of the Finnish Broadcasting Company in Tampere . He runs on Friday’s current program.
Sean Ricks, an American citizen from South Africa , was the first African-speaking television broadcaster who started his work at Yle TV2 in the autumn of 2005. In 2010, he served as a journalist at the Radio Moreen at the University of Tampere and in Ilkka magazine in Seinäjoki in 2011. He has also worked in A studio as an investigating and international supplier. He also appeared in YLE Kiosk.