-2.1 C
New York City
Tuesday, November 29, 2022
Home NEWS Photospeaks Meet Our Team

Meet Our Team

Femi Owoeye

Motoring World Publisher/Editor

femiowoeye@motoringworldng.com

Twitter:@motoringworldng[stumble][Google][pinterest][follow id=”@motoringworldng” size=”large” count=”true” ]

tel: +2348149415063

Our Editor-in-chief/CEO started Motoring World magazine as a syndicated radio programme on OGBC-FM, Abeokuta and Radio Rivers-FM, Port Harcourt on June 12, 1996, before publishing its print version, which hits the newsstand May 1998.  Femi, who, prior to publishing Motoring World, had spent six years working as business correspondent and editor for other business and motoring titles, started practising motoring journalism over 20 years ago (precisely 1990) after graduating with B.SC Mass Communication from University of Lagos, Nigeria. He has done everything from script writing/presentation/production of motoring and business programmes for radio to gathering of motoring news, coverage of motor shows and new car launch in Nigeria and across the world.  In addition to working for a couple of national newspapers in Nigeria and Hilhouse Media in United Kingdom(2000 – 2013) as motoring editor and editorial consultant respectively, Femi was a regular guest on Television, talking and analysing motoring and road transportation issues and was the first Motoring Journalist to win Peugeot-sponsored Best Media Executive Award 2001.

Dorothy Neje 

Motoring World Associate Editor

dorothy023@motoringworldng.com

+2348032960033

Dorothy Neje  has practised journalism  for over a decade. She looks after Motoring World News and Features sections and also ensures the website features the right content desired by our readers. Responsible for uncovering  news stories and securing exclusive test drive, our Associate Editor is in charge of feeding the magazine with news and interviews from motoring events, including motor shows and new car launches.

Rotimi Asher

Motoring World Correspondent

rotimiasher@motoringworldng.com

tel: +2348090566221

Pioneer staff of Motoring World since 1996, Rotimi has been involved in everything from being presenter of Motoring World on Radio to tracking down news makers/celebrities for human interest motoring stories and engaging in media relation, when Motoring World consulted for a Motor Show Organizer as well as covering and reporting motoring events. But now, he is on hand to assist our editor in coordinating production of Motoring World online.

Sulaiman Adedeji

Motoring World Technical Director

princelord@motoringworldng.com

tel: +2348030836851

Sulaiman, a prince and veteran Automobile engineer has been with Motoring World since 1998, responsible for updating readers with latest automobile technological developments as well as marketing motoring world for subscription, advertisements and readership spread.

Matilda Frances Motoring World Editorial Director, Europe

E-mail: tilda@motoringworldng.com

Twitter: @tilda_frances

tel: +447448703208

Matilda looks after the news and motoring events in the UK and other parts of Europe. Committed to enriching Motoring World with human interest stuffs,  she sniffs out relevant stories in Europe, identifies female and male drivers of substance, tracking them down for exclusive interviews, knitting them into human interest stories that we are committed to dishing out to our readers in full measure.

Matilda and her team are responsible for attending motor shows and new car launches in the UK and other parts of Europe. You’d think her job is tough. But to Tilda, it’s fun.

Most Popular

Mikano Motors Debuts Maxus brand in Nigeria, Rolls out T60 Pick up

ROTIMI ASHER Maxus Autos, in an exclusive partnership with Mikano International’s Motors Division, one of the fastest growing auto companies in Nigeria, has launched Maxus...

Kia Gears Up for FIFA World Cup with Simulator Experiences and Prizes

As an official automotive partner of FIFA World Cup 2022™, Kia, has promised to add a touch more excitement to this year’s FIFA World Cup...

Global Automotive Industry to Suffer 2.3 Million Skilled Workers Shortage

ROTIMI ASHER As the global automotive industry is experiencing a chronic skills shortage, with reports that suggest that skills such as motor body repair and...
%d bloggers like this: