Head CNN Africa, Stephanie Busari Faults Kemi Olunloyo's "CNN Former Employee" Claim
The head of CNN Africa, Stephanie Busari in a series of Twitter posts faulted outspoken blogger, Kemi Olunloyo's claim that she worked at CNN for 20 years. Busari who reacted to Olunloyo's claim had asked the latter to provide proof that she worked as an investigative journalist with the media giant from 1994 till 2014. Olunloyo…
Determination and persistence pays off - Stephanie Busari
For Stephanie Busari moving back to Nigeria was a big bold bet predicated upon her passion for telling authentic African stories, and her role as CNN’s Supervising Producer for Africa. In our first interview for 2018, Stephanie takes us through her journey to becoming an internationally renowned journalist; the way society is impacted by news…
Report on missing Chibok Girls earns Busari Gracie Award
For her outstanding work on the story of the kidnapped Chibok schoolgirls in Borno State, Chibok’s girls: A glimpse of the stolen, the Supervising Producer, CNN Africa, Stephanie Busari, has received the prestigious Gracie Award in the United States of America.
‘Opportunities to partner, tell stories are huge in Nigeria’
Some months ago, CNN launched a new, multi-platform operation in Lagos, Nigeria, designed to give the network a nimble, broad-based, digital-first presence in Africa’s most populous country.