Uzy Hamman is a practicing radio journalist with seven years of experience in media broadcast management. A producer, voice-over artist, trained program creator and a graduate of Industrial and Technology Education from the Federal University of Technology Minna of Nigeria, Uzy has extensive knowledge about media programming, advertising, and campaign co-ordination in the field of maternal and child health advocacy. He has been involved in various advocacy programs as a panelist, an interviewee, and an implementer on the subjects of governance, youth engagement, and the prevention of hate speech for the NBC, UNC, and the BBC Media Action, respectively.

  

Articles:

Gender Bias: the Hurdle to Achieving SDG5 in Nigeria

Sexual Repression in Northern Nigeria: Why Youth Cannot Crowd-source Sex Ed

The Media: Rebranding Youth Engagement in Nigeria

The Missing Link of Promoting the SDGs in Nigeria

Liberating Nigeria Through Education

Eliminate the Vice, End the Violence

To Trust a Woman's Judgement