Kiki Mordi Biography, Age, Early Life, Family, Education, Movies, Net Worth And More

Kiki Mordi Biography
Kiki Mordi is a Nigerian journalist, writer, filmmaker and media personality who became popular after exposing some Nigerian lecturers that participated in Sex For Grades.
Sex For Grades involves students offering lecturers/instructor sexual favours in return for good academic grade. Kiki who reportedly dropped out of the university due to sexual harassment a certain UNN lecturer decided to use any possible means to fight the issue.
She has so far won several awards including On-air Personality of the Year (Female)  in the 2019 Scream All-Youth Awards.
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Kiki Mordi's Profile

Before we continue, here's a quick run down on Kiki Mordi's profile and a few things you'd love to know about her:
Full Name: Kiki Mordi
Date of birth: 12th August, 1991
Age: 28 years
Nationality: Nigeria
Occupation: Journalist, writer, filmmaker and media personality
Net Worth

Kiki Mordi's Biography, Date Of Birth, Early Life, Family And Education

Kiki Mordi was born on the 12th of August, 1991 in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. She had her early education in Rivers State and gained admission into University of Nigeria, Nsukka to study medicine after her father's death.
She reportedly dropped out of school due to sexual harassment from a certain lecturer, hence her unending passion to fight sexual harassment in Nigerian higher institutions.


In 2017, Kiki Mordi begun an online petition to end police exploitation and extortion after some members of the Nigerian police force invaded her home, accusing her boyfriend (and her) of being cultists.
Mordi is currently a BBC Africa Eye reporter and the head of presenting with WFM 91.7. It was as a BBC Africa Eye reporter that she teamed up with some other people to produce a 13-minute documentary exposing sexual harassment of students by lecturers in University of Ghana and University of Lagos.
Lectures implicated in the videos included Dr. Boniface Igbeneghu of UniLag, Dr. Paul Kwame Butakor and Dr. Ransford Gyampo of University of Ghana.

Several Nigerians have hailed her for her bravely in tackling the issue of sexual harassment among lectures in West African universities. Influencers like Adekunle Gold, Simi, Atiku Abubakar and Bukola Saraki have called on the Nigerian government to take immediate action against the rising issue.

Awards And Nominations

Mordi has bagged a good number of awards in Nigeria and beyond. Some of them include:
• Most Promising Young Presenter (TV/Radio) at the 2015 Nigerian Broadcasters Merit Awards (Nominated)
• Outstanding Radio Program Presenter (South-South) at the 2016 Nigerian Broadcasters Merit Awards (Won)
• On-air Personality of the Year (Female) at the Scream All-Youth Awards (Nominated)
• The Future Awards Africa in Prize for Journalism (Nominated)

Social Media Handles

You can connect with Kiki Mordi on:
Facebook: Kiki Mordi
Twitter @KikiMordi
Instagram @KikiMordi

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