Emeka Nwokocha is a journalist and Senior Correspondent at TheBrief Online News Platform. He brings his honed expertise in news reportage and feature writing to bear on his current job. His area of specialty includes politics, governance, economy, gender inequality and human rights. He is a prolific writer and public speaker. He often lends his voice on vexing issues characterizing political leadership in Nigeria. He regularly features on discussion programmes on TV, most frequently, on Delta Rainbow Television (DRTV), Warri, Delta State, Nigeria. He is an activist and fearless critic of skewed government policies that undermine the interest of the hapless citizens. His opinions and writing have appeared in numerous outlets, including The Nation Newspaper, The Printer Newspaper, and online platforms - Ndokwa Reporters, Thebrief, Advocate, Freshangle, and Newsnet.ng. He is a member of the International Society of Substance Use Professional (ISSUP). He holds a B.A. in Mass Communication and a Master’s Degree in Communication Management (MCM) from Delta State University.
A section of students of Delta public school, Warri, at a 1-day campaign against gender-based violence, organised by Value Rebirth and Empowerment Initiative (VREI), in partnership with Initiative for Peace and Stability (IPAS), on 10 December 2020.