Chiké Frankie Edozien


About Chiké

Chiké Frankie Edozien began his journalism career reading the news bulletins at the Nigerian boarding school Federal Government College, Port Harcourt from 1981-1986. While studying for a journalism degree in New York, he was part of the BET News team that covered the 1992 Democratic National convention that culminated in Bill Clinton’s nomination for president of the United States.

Edozien assumed the leadership of NYU’s Africa campus as the Global Site Director of New York University Accra. He was worked to significantly increase enrollment and created multiple pathways for undergraduates to study in Ghana as well as convening conferences in Ghana for scholars to center Africa in their research.

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