Solomon Amabo is a bilingual investigative journalist fluent in both English and French. He has previously worked as a liaison officer for Fray Intermedia, a South Africa-based media organization, and as the Communications Director for BFG Consulting and Services, a mining consultancy firm in the Republic of Guinea.

Additionally, Solomon has served as the erstwhile Deputy Editor at Equinox Radio and Television in Douala, Cameroon, and published the Eyewitness Newspaper. He has also been a guest blogger for the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) and an intern with Reporters Without Borders (RWB) in Sweden. Solomon has also served as a Diagnostic Editor and Technical Writer for Volvo Cars Sweden, and later as an Internal Communications Officer for Lynk & Co, a mobility brand also based in Sweden. He is passionate about technology innovation, and sustainability and has skills in public relations and marketing.

Solomon Amabo is a fellow of the Institute for Security Studies (ISS) in Ethiopia and has received the fully funded Swedish Institute Scholarship for Global Professionals, SISGP. He holds an MSc in Investigative Journalism from the University of Gothenburg.

Meet Peter Tah, a seasoned expert in corporate communication and marketing, with over 12 years of experience as a versatile global journalist. Peter’s journey includes roles as a Broadcast Producer and Journalist within the esteemed ranks of the BBC World Service’s flagship program – Newsday. He has also served as a freelance reporter for the BBC, representing Cameroon, and his contributions have graced programs such as Focus on Africa, BBC Outside Source, BBC Fifth Floor, and Newsday. Peter’s written works and creations have found their place not only on CNN.com but also in the folds of various other esteemed international media establishments.

Driven by an insatiable urge to unearth the narratives of ordinary individuals, Peter Tah is a prolific writer and storyteller. His devotion reverberates through his commitment to both his community and the realm of journalism, evident through his work, capacity-building initiatives, and mentorship. He is passionate about politics, good governance, and democracy, illustrating a multifaceted dedication to the betterment of society.

Educationally enriched, Peter Tah holds a BSc in Journalism and Mass Communication from the University of Buea, Cameroon, and an MA in Political Communication from Cardiff University, United Kingdom. He is also a Cameroon Chevening Alumnus.

As Managing Editor, Peter Tah encapsulates the synergy of a dynamic career, fervent social engagement, and an unwavering dedication to journalistic integrity. His experience, expertise, and passion make him an asset to any organization seeking to make an impact on a global scale.

Hailing from Takoradi on the picturesque western coast of Ghana, Marlvin-James Dadzie emerges as a seasoned journalist with a wealth of experience. His focus lies predominantly within the realm of the extractive sector, encompassing mining, oil, and gas industries, as well as vigilant coverage of corruption and political matters.

Marlvin James’ professional journey encompasses roles at prominent media outlets. He has contributed his talents to Ghana’s state-owned newspaper, ‘The Ghanaian Times’, the privately held ‘The New Crusading Guide’, and has also made significant contributions to various investigative news websites. Notably, he was a pivotal contributor to the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s ‘Wealth of Nations’ investigative project.

Educationally, Marlvin James holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Journalism, with a specialized focus on Political Reporting, from Jayee University College in Ghana. Further enhancing his credentials, he is a proud alumnus of the University of Gothenburg, where he successfully completed a master’s degree in Investigative Journalism. Currently, his academic pursuits continue, as he engages in the pursuit of an MSc in International Relations in Iceland.

Marlvin-James Dadzie stands as a testament to the convergence of experience, education, and an unwavering dedication to the tenets of journalism and global affairs.

OTA UDEH emerges as a dynamic and results-driven practitioner in the realm of community development media. With a track record spanning radio, television, and print media, he has consistently delivered compelling content that resonates. Notably, his footprint includes contributions to Sparkling 92.3 FM in Calabar, Nigeria, alongside engagements with various influential online media platforms.

At his core, OTA UDEH embodies a steadfast advocate for children’s rights, his passions notably extending to health-related issues. His altruism shines through his active volunteer work with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), underlining his commitment to making a tangible impact on society. Alongside this, he wears the mantle of a solutions-oriented journalist, adept at uncovering resolutions amid complex challenges. This is mirrored in his affiliation with the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations, a testament to his professional commitment.

OTA UDEH’s academic journey culminates with a B.An [Hons] in Linguistics and Communication Studies, a degree earned from the prestigious University of Calabar in Cross River State, Nigeria. This foundation enriches his expertise and fuels his unwavering dedication to media excellence and community betterment.

OTA UDEH’s role as Diaspora Editor stands as a testament to his ability to infuse media with purposeful content and make impactful contributions to the social fabric.

Rosaline Obah is a nurtured and trained consultant/trainer in Peace Journalism (PJ), Do No Harm, Conflict Transformation, and a Gender/Digital Literacy Rights Advocate/Trainer. With over 17 years of experience in the field of journalism and a distinguished peace, non-violent, and justice activist, she has worked for various media outlets and ran columns in Cameroonian national and international newspapers/magazines, including The Peace Journalist Magazine based in the USA, The Guardian Post Newspaper English Daily, The Herald Tribune Newspaper, Eden Media Group, Christian Broadcasting Service, Radio Manjara (Radio for Peace), www.ojslimblog.com, and www.liengusdiary.com.

Her professionalism has taken her to countries such as Nigeria, Ghana, Germany, Belgium, Greece, and the United Kingdom. Rosaline holds a B.Sc. in Journalism and Mass Communication/Women and Gender Studies from the University of Buea, Cameroon, and a Master of Arts in Public Relations/Corporate Communications with a specialization in Corporate Crisis Management from the University of Wolverhampton, UK. She currently runs the column “Eye on Peace and Justice” for Thampers Media.

Ranibelle Sato is a trained journalist, youth counsellor, and beautician. She has worked for various media outlets in Cameroon, including Soul Afrika Television, and previously served as an administrative editor for Profiles International Magazine. Her unique and outstanding performance in the field of journalism led her to become a prime newscaster for Equinox Radio and Television in Douala.

In addition to her work as a journalist, she is dedicated to helping young people and has founded youth organizations such as New Generation Transformed Youths (NEGTY) and International Youth Impact (IYI), using these platforms to educate youth on responsible lifestyles. She has equally been Cameroon’s country coordinator for Young African Women in Leadership- YAWL through which they advocated for women to break cultural barriers and take part in nation building.

Ranibelle’s taste for beauty has led her to receive training in interior décor, make-up, and hairdressing, eventually leading to the creation of her own brand, M&B Hair Plus, through which she shares life’s beautiful, challenging, and inspiring experiences related to hair and aesthetics.

She has been privileged to live and work in different countries and settings and has over the years paid special interest in modern and cultural trends. She holds a Higher National Diploma in Journalism and a Certified Bookkeeping Certificate in Accounting from South Africa.

Meet Mustapha Tekognang, a project consultant based in France who specializes in crafting and cultivating sustainable initiatives across diverse organizations. His expertise spans a spectrum of domains, ranging from humanitarian endeavours to security initiatives, as well as invaluable media support projects. Notably, his contributions have cast ripples of positive impact across nations such as Ghana, Cameroon, Nigeria, and various European landscapes.

Mustapha’s proficiency extends beyond project inception. He takes on the critical role of monitoring the evolution of projects, ensuring their alignment with contemporary demands and ever-evolving landscapes. His ability to adapt and innovate underscores his commitment to delivering outcomes that resonate in the present moment.

Within the framework of Thampers Media, Mustapha Tekognang holds the mantle of Project Manager, directing his prowess toward advancing the organization’s endeavours with strategic vision and meticulous execution. His dedication to sustainable growth and meaningful impact remains at the forefront of his endeavours.