Morayo Afolabi-Brown, a well-known media personality, has assumed the role of Managing Director (MD) at TVCe, the entertainment channel under TVC Communications.
On Thursday the 30th of November, 2023, the host of the TV breakfast show; Your View, took to her social media pages to announce her new role as it has opened a new chapter in her career.
In her words: “I am excitedly pleased to announce my recent appointment as the MD of TVCe, the entertainment channel of TVC communications. This is a new chapter in my career. I am exceedingly grateful to the board for entrusting me with this all-important role. Looking forward to a fulfilling experience.”
“Only those who have read my book ‘Becoming the Queen of Talk TV’ can appreciate the depth of this testimony. Thank you Jesus for always fighting my battles and always making a way for me. Let somebody shout Hallelujah!!”
Morayo Afolabi-Brown is a published author, whose alma mater is Rudgers University in New Jersey, New Brunswick. She began her career in the media in 2005 when she served at CMC; a PR firm, after which she got hired into another firm – CUE media, where she served as a content developer, and was promoted thereafter to the position of a senior Executive and Marketing research officer.
She has assumed various roles in the media, including as a business development manager in HiTV, before she got hired as deputy director of programs at TVC News where she works currently, alongside being the host of Your View.
Aside from a career pursuit of excellence, Morayo has also shown a clear interest in politics as she succeeded in her role as the female head campaigner for Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s presidency. As such, it indicates a high level of knowledge and exposure beyond the media.
Morayo is truly an icon and role model in the career industry. She has advanced in her career over the years through consistency and thus, comes highly recommended, which is a result of her proven track record of excellence. She also exhibits traits of courage, grit, strong will, and resilience despite the limitations considered about the female gender.