Rudolf Ogoo Okonkwo is a Nigerian-American writer. He has an MFA from Western Connecticut State University. The first chapter of the memoir, The Beginning, was a finalist in 2010 John Guyon Literary Nonfiction Prize Competition. It was published in the Crab Orchard Review of Winter/Spring 2011. Another chapter, A Call to the Deep, was published in the Saranac Review, Winter/Spring 2011. His short story, The Butcher, the Surgeon and Me, was a finalist in Glimmer Train’s 2009 Open Fiction competition. He just finished work on his first novel, Death on Mount Trashmore. He is creator and star of Dr. Njakiri Damages seen on SaharaTV. He writes a weekly column, Correct Me If I’m Right for Saharareporters.com. You can follow me on Twitter; @DrDamages
I help produce our weekly live shows. I also contribute writeups on various topics and I’m the host and producer for Africa In The City.
Hi I’m Fungai and I do PR outreach. I’m Zambian by birth, Zimbabwean by decent, British by colonization and American by Naturalization.
I am a Social Media Manager at SaharaReporters, in charge of sharing content on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Yahoo Groups, etc. I am getting hands-on experience on shooting and editing videos, and conducting well-rounded interviews. I also produce “Inside the Diaspora with Fatima” and appear on the Doctor Damages show as his Nursing Assistant.
“I’m a former Combat Photographer for the United States Marine Corps. I currently am a video editor for SaharaTV and the Dr. Damages show. I like to read military history books and play video games.”
Kwesi Baako is a Ghanian journalist who covers events, writes articles and edits video for SaharaTV.
“I add flavor and color to various productions on SaharaTV with the use of motion graphics, I am also an active videographer.”