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Fidelis Mbah, BBC ...
amysmartgirls.com, 28 Oct 2014 [cached]
Fidelis Mbah, BBC correspondent
is a Nigerian broadcaster with the BBC
He started out as a news manager at Rhythm 93.7FM in Lagos in 1998 before rising through the ranks to become Head of News at the Abuja office.
He left in 2004 for a US-based NGO in Abuja where he held the post of Communications Specialist.
He has worked with the United States Open Source Centre as a media researcher in the Niger Delta.
Mbah joined the BBC in February 2007 and reported from across Nigeria before being promoted to Media Journalist/Producer at the BBC World Service in London.
www.onevillagefoundation.org, 21 Sept 2006 [cached]
Fidelis Mbah is the Media Cordinator/Website Editor of DPI.He is a graduate of Journalism and holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management.He has vast media experience with the private media and currently works for the United States Foreign Broadcast Information Service.He was the News Manager of Rhythm 94.7 FM,Abuja and Programme Advisor of Crowther 104.5 FM, Abuja.FIDELIS has been involved in youth advocacy programmes and coordinated media activities for various youth events.He also worked with a media NGO, Internews Network, as its Media/Programme Specialist.He also had a stint with an NGO, Centre for the Right to Health, as its Media Coordinator.
NYLS Press Release
www.developmentpartnership.org, 29 June 2006 [cached]
Fidelis MbahMedia Coordinator/Website Editor Development Partnership International
Happy Birthday to Nigeriaâ€™s President, His Excellency, President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan- A Name That Speaks Volumes | Vivacity PR
vivacitypr.com, 30 Nov 2013 [cached]
The BBC's Fidelis Mbah says insiders regard him as a politician without a political base - and more of an administrator than a leader.
It had been suggested that Nigeria's many groups of powerbrokers agreed to let him formally become acting president only because he
was not seen as a threat - and would not seek to contest April's elections.
Lights out? Nigeriaâ€™s electricity woes
www.consultancyafrica.com, $reference.date [cached]
According to BBC Africa's regional reporter Fidelis Mbah, Nnajie had "ruffled feathers with reforms he [had] attempted to implement...he [had] been trying to tackle corruption and inefficiency in the power sectors which [had] angered civil servants likely to lose their jobs."(20) This appears to be quite a blow for the Nigerian Government, but hopefully one they can overcome.