My Media Journey: There’s Power in the Pen to Market the Nigerian Media – Environmental Journalist, Esther Omopariola
In the field of journalism, the more popular beats citizens know about in Nigeria are politics, economy, constituency projects, the judiciary, and so on. Environmental Journalism, is often not seen as a career path a number of parents will even think their children and ward can aspire to.
Did you know in Nigeria, the major problems of wildlife conservation in are poaching, overgrazing by free range livestock, bush burning, tire burning, environmental predation, deforestation and over hunting?
Ironically, it is interesting to note that wildlife can contribute to the diversification of the Nigeria economy in terms of food production, meat, skins and hides.
But why will a journalist choose a specialist field such as environmental journalism? Meet Esther Omopariola, a News Anchor and Environmental Journalist with TVC who is passionate about the environment, wildlife and conservation take us in this Exclusive Interview with LightRay Media on a breathtaking journey into the world of media and environmental journalism