Noah Banjo is a journalist, writer, storyteller, and editor. He is TechCabal’s Senior Editor, charged with driving excellence and maintaining the highest standards of writing in its newsroom.
He started his journalistic pursuit as a student at the University of Ibadan with the Zik Hall Press Organisation, the Association of Students of European Studies Press, and the Union of Campus Journalists, UI, as a print and broadcast journalist.
Before joining the Cabal, he worked as an editor and website manager of The Busy Buddies, a sports media outfit, and as a correspondent with Punch Newspapers.
With his experience reporting breaking stories, Noah’s resourcefulness and ability to connect with people of different creeds or backgrounds have seen him cover different beats such as politics, sports, tech, and entertainment, among others.
He aims to tell stories about Africa and how decisions on the continent impact the rest of the world, as it has always done, from broader perspectives. He is passionate about bridging the relationship between journalism and its consumers and building trust between journalism and different aspects of society.
When he’s not keen on a byline, he ghost-writes about politics and governance, family, human relationships and interaction with nature, African culture and civilization.
From binging standup comedy and comic series, reading about diverse history and cultures, watching animations, to playing FIFA, Noah is almost never short of creative ideas.
To get his thoughts on pop culture, comments on Nigeria and Africa, and the occasional movie or music review, connect with Noah on Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn.