Henry Okoli

TV Host and Writer in Lagos, Nigeria

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I am a Lagos-based professional Writer and Editor with skill in Design, Web Development, Cinematography, and Photography.

I have a BA in Mass Communication from the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN), and have since worked with a number of media outlets in different capacities: Africa Independent Television (Kaduna) as an Intern Rerporter; Raypower 106.5FM (Kaduna) as an Intern OAP; Living Word Information Technology as Chief Editor; Rhema 93.3FM as an OAP for 'The Big Music Countdown' (TBMC), and as the Administrative Editor at Connect Nigeria, Ikoyi― Lagos.

I am the Host of No Ordinary People Everywhere (NOPE): a TV program showcasing the vast skills, talents and ventures of Nigerians living in Nigeria.

As a Communication expert and budding Web Developer, I work in the Content Management Department of FavCode54―a US-based tech initiative that aims to teach, mentor, and build the next generation of African Software Developers, using everyday people with no skills and turning them into tech geniuses fully equipped to work with tech companies in their local communities and globally.

My passion to steer society towards change led me into performance art where I've since been a practising independent Spoken Word poet with the alias 'Glofame'. Notable among my speaking invitations is four appearances at SOZO: South-East Nigeria's annual Easter Sunday Worship Concert hosted by Living Youth Aflame of Living Word Ministries Inc.

PENSPEAK ―as hosted by Christ A Poet (CAP)― and C.L.I.C ―as hosted by CEDARS Nigeria― are also a number of annual events I have shared my faith at.

My recorded works with include singles and features in all Four Eighteen Records' 4 mixtapes from 2012-2014, with records like 'Lyrics Got Power', 'Beautiful Clays', 'The Anthem', 'No More SELFies', 'Letters Alive', 'One Man', 'I Can', and 'Brother'.

I am Amanda's Uncle: a lover, a believer, a king!

  • Work
    • No Ordinary People Everywhere
  • Education
    • University of Nigeria, Nsukka