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Manuel Chukwudimanuel chukwudi - publisher
Manuel is the publisher of The Late Wire and host of The Late Wire Podcast. He was previously the content manager of Naija Gospel Radio and editor of Lefkosh. He is a graduate of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka as well as Near East University in Nicosia where he received a master’s degree in biochemistry. He writes about the intersection between faith and science, politics, and culture. Reach him on Twitter or email manuel@thelatewire.com



ikenna nwachukwuIkenna Nwachukwu
Ikenna is a senior editor at The Late Wire. He is a freelance writer, poet and social commentator based in Lagos, Nigeria. He has a degree in Economics from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He loves philosophy and science, and writes about faith, worldviews, and the latest hot button issues. Follow him on Twitter or email him at ikenna@thelatewire.com




fredrick nwabufoFredrick Nwabufo
Fredrick is a contributor to The Late Wire. He was the pioneer Abuja Bureau Chief of TheCable. As a writer and journalist, his essays have appeared in major Nigerian newspapers such as ThisDay, The Nation, The Sun, DailyTrust, and in numerous online newspapers and blogs, notably TheCable, Premium Times and Sahara Reporters. Find him on Twitter




Chimdiebere Anya-AwaChimdiebere Anya-Awa
Chimdiebere is a contributor to The Late Wire. She is a year Law Student at the University of Nigeria. She is interested in policies and laws that concern children and young Nigerians and works to reach out to people on these grounds. She loves to share stories and lessons from her personal experiences. She hosts the Just Talk Podcast. She can be reached via email at chimdieawa@thelatewire.com



tumise adesinaTunmise Adesina
Tunmise is a contributor to The Late Wire. He is Law student at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-ife. He has keen interest in Law and its consequential effect on policymaking. He currently serves as the Director of Information at Liberation Chambers. Email him at tunmise@thelatewire.com