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Sonia Irabor

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Sonia Irabor (an haife ta a ranar 3 ga watan Janairu 1990) marubuciya ce ta Najeriya, 'yar wasan kwaikwayo, kuma mai shirya fina-finai. Ita ce editan mujallar Genevieve.[1]

Tarihin Rayuwa[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

An haifi Irabor ga Soni da Betty Irabor, duka masu aikin watsa labarai. Mahaifiyarta ita ce ta kafa kuma Babbar Editar Mujallar Genevieve yayin da mahaifinta mai watsa shirye-shiryen rediyo da TV ne.[2] A shekarar 2011, ta kammala karatu a Jami'ar Leicester inda ta sami digiri na farko a fannin Sadarwa da Nazarin Watsa Labarai. Daga baya ta halarci gidan wasan kwaikwayo na Drama na Landan inda ta sami Difloma a Ma'aikatar Aikin Noma kuma ta kammala karatunta a shekarar 2016.[3]

Sana'a[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Irabor ta fara aikinta ne ta hanyar sarrafa shafi na "Teen Zone" na Mujallar Genevieve tana da shekara 13.[4] Ta yi aiki a matsayin mai gabatar da rediyo da furodusa kuma a cikin PR, Bayan kammala karatunta daga jami'a, Irabor ta zama Mataimakiyar Edita/Wakilin Burtaniya na Mujallar Genevieve[5] bayan haka an naɗa ta Edita a shekarar 2017. A matsayin 'yar wasan kwaikwayo, Sonia ta fito a cikin wasanni da dama, fina-finai da jerin shirye-shiryen talabijin da suka haɗa da Man Of Her Dreams, Inspector K, da Table.[6]

Karramawa[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

A cikin shekarar 2018, an saka sunan Sonia a matsayin ɗayan Forbes na Afirka na 30 zuwa ƙasa da 30. An bayyana ta a matsayin ɗaya daga cikin matasa 10 mafi karfi a fagen yaɗa labarai a na YNaija power list.[7]

Tare da mahaifiyarta, an amince da Sonia a matsayin lamba 11 a cikin shekarar 2021 "25 Mafi Ƙarfin Mata a Aikin Jarida" na Mata a Jarida na Afirka.[8][9]

Manazarta[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

  1. "Genevieve magazine editor, Sonia Irabor clocks 30". Vanguard Allure (in Turanci). 2020-01-03. Retrieved 2021-12-01.
  2. "SONIA IRABOR: How I Evolved, Built My Own Identity". ThisDay (in Turanci). 2020-03-01. Retrieved 2021-12-01.
  3. "Alumni | 2016 Graduates". www.dramastudiolondon.co.uk. Retrieved 2021-12-01.
  4. Awodipe, Tobi (2017-08-19). "My mother's shoes are too big to fill, I am carving my own path - Sonia Irabor". The Guardian (in Turanci). Archived from the original on 2021-12-01. Retrieved 2021-12-01.
  5. Tolu (2017-02-26). ""I don't have much of a personal life" | Genevieve Magazine's Sonia Irabor speaks on being Assistant Editor and parental influence". YNaija (in Turanci). Retrieved 2021-12-01.
  6. Africa, Forbes (2018-06-04). "Under 30 Creatives". Forbes Africa (in Turanci). Retrieved 2021-12-01.
  7. "#YNaijaPowerList2018: Mercy Abang, Fisayo Soyombo, Instablog9ja… See the 10 most powerful young persons in the media space". YNaija (in Turanci). 2018-11-16. Retrieved 2021-12-01.
  8. Olabimtan, Bolanle (2021-10-02). "Ijeoma Nwogwugwu, Stella Din, Kadaria Ahmed named among 25 most powerful Nigerian female journalists". TheCable (in Turanci). Retrieved 2021-12-01.
  9. "Yemi Alade, Sonia Irabor, Falz, others make 2018 Forbes Africa Under-30 list". Punch Newspapers (in Turanci). 2018-06-04. Retrieved 2022-07-19.