C. Hub magazine employs a Nigerian first class graduate, Ayishat Amoo as their new lifestyle & culture writer.
Ayishat Amoo, C. Hub lifestyle writer.
London 10/12/2016; Ayishat Amoo a graduate of Mass Communication and currently studying Mass Communication for her M.Sc. has been announced C. Hub magazine’s Lifestyle & Culture writer and correspondent.
The 22 years old is a 1st class of Caleb University, B.Sc Mass Communication, October 2010 – July 2014. Specializing in the print media; newspaper and magazine, and also production in the print media. Her final year research project was: Influence of Newspaper Design and Layout on Readers’ Buying Decisions; a Case Study of Selected Residents of Egbeda, Lagos State, Nigeria.
Miss Ayishat “is a passionate and focused individual who likes being creative and approaching work with much enthusiasm.”
Emeka Anyanwu, C. Hub magazine publisher said, “we’re excited to welcome Ayishat to our C. Hub family and look forward to her excellent contributions to serving our readers with high quality content. This is part of our promise to give young African brains a platform to create their own stories. There’s no doubt that Ayishat will inspire other young graduates to look beyond borders with their talent.”
Ayishat Amoo said, “Thank you so much for the opportunity. I would be of good conduct and carry out my duties in the best way possible, in order to meet the goals and targets of the magazine as well as meet and exceed the expectations of our target audience. I look forward to working with C. Hub magazine.”
Connect with Ayishat for your journorequest on the following platforms;
Twitter handle: @ayishat_a
Instagram handle: @ayishat
LinkedIn Profile name: Ayishat Amoo
About C. Hub Magazine .
C. Hub magazine is the first and only Afro-Creative magazine in the UK. The high quality content, multi-award winning magazine is available on print, digital and app editions and is read globally. It’s flagship Creativity Award has been dubbed the most spectacular award for creatives of Afro-Caribbean descent.
C. Hub magazine continues to provide employment, internship and creative opportunities for young enthusiastic and vibrant creatives around the world. “We have an open arms for young passionate and focused creatives especially of African and Caribbean origin, providing them with opportunities they may not usually be able to access.” Faustina Anyanwu, Chief Editor.
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