5 Male NTA News Anchors Who Ruled The 80s And 90s (Photos)

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1. Cyril Stober.

Cyril Stober has worked in the media for more than 30 years as a journalist and newscaster. He has always called Niger State home. It was primarily his job to host the NTA newscasts at 9 and 11 o’clock at night. His glasses, local attire, and helmet became instantly recognizable symbols of him.

Cyril Stober has made an indelible stamp on the history of broadcasting, and he’s done so with elegance as he’s aged.

2. John Momoh.

Due to his flawless diction and delivery on television, John Momoh has become a symbol of professionalism. He worked as a news anchor and senior reporter for the Nigerian Television Authority. It was in 1995 that he established Channels TV, which has since grown to become one of Nigeria’s most reputable television networks.

3. Yinka Craig.

Yinka Craig, a former sports commentator for Nigeria’s Federal Radio Corporation, achieved notoriety for his work. He became well-known at the CBS station before making the switch to the NTA and establishing himself as a regular on Newsline and AM Express. On September 23, 2008, after a long and difficult battle with sickness, he passed away.

4. Ayinde Soaga.

Ayinde Soaga is a common name among Nigerians of the 1980s generation. Ayinde Soaga, who has worked for the NTA for 40 years, is to retire in March 2021.1 He was consistently skilled at his work and pleasant to work with.

5. Frank Olize.

During the 1980s and 1990s, Frank Olize was a prominent newscaster on Nigeria’s NTA. He shot to fame as the Sunday night host of NTA’s Newsline program. His show aired from 9:00 to 10:00. Olize’s one-of-a-kind delivery drew in viewers and kept them watching.

With that show, Frank Olize raised the bar for all television. “It’s nine o’clock” was one of his most memorable catchphrases…..See More

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