Seye Kehinde is the owner, CEO and founder of “The City People Magazine” a Nigerian entertainment magazine and newspaper that gives awards to political figures, artists, and actors.
Wikipedia Profile and Background
|Oluseye Olugbmina Kehinde
|Date of Birth:
|21 April 1965
|58 years old @ 2023
|State of Origin:
|Ogun State, Nigeria
|Place of Birth:
|Ishara, Ogun State
|The Founder of “People Media Limited“
|Obafemi Awolowo University (journalism, BA in history and political science)
Seye Kehinde Biography
Oluseye Olugbemiga Kehinde is a Nigerian journalist who was born on April 21, 1965. He started City People Group Limited. Kehinde was born in the Nigerian state of Ishara Ogun, even though both of his parents worked for the government.
He has a bachelor of arts in history and political science from Obafemi Awolowo University, where he also got his diploma in journalism. He also got his NYSC certificate from Kwara State Polytechnic.
How Old Is Seye Kehinde?
Olusaye Kehinde Olugbmina was born on 21 April,1965. He is currently at the of 58 years old.
State of Origin and Place of Birth
Kehinde was born in the Ishara/Ogun State, Nigeria. He is a native of Ogun State. The journalist is married to a very beautiful wife named, Olufunke Kehinde.
Seye Kehinde Net Worth
His net worth is under est.
Who Is the Owner of City People Magazine?
The City People Media Group started the magazine in 1995, and it is now available in all parts of Nigeria.
The annual awards show started in 2005, along with City People Entertainment, and the magazine was also launched in Ghana in 2009 by the high commissioner of Nigeria to Ghana.
Before the City People Media Group, it was published by Media Techniques Limited.
Oluseye Olugbemiga Kehinde, a journalist who used to be the publisher of African Confidential and the editor of the Herald newspaper, African Concord, and Tempo magazine, started the City People Group Media. It also gives awards to Islamic artists who started their careers in 2018.
Seye Kehinde Career
The publisher started working as a journalist there, where he was a reporter and library assistant for Newswatch in 1986. He also worked for the Herald in 1988, the Insider Confidential newsletter as a senior correspondent in 1989, the head of the International Desk in 1990.
Olugbemiga Kehinde was a senior writer for the Tribune in 1991, and the African Concord as a staff writer from 1991 until 1992, when President Ibrahim Babangida brought back the African Concord Press. He was also one of the first people to start PM News.