David Hundeyin’s full name is David Inyene- Obong Nugboyon Oluwaseun. He is a well-known Nigerian journalist, writer, and media personality. He writes for a variety of publications, including The Africa Report, Freelance, CNN, and BusinessDay Nigeria.
Early Life & Education
David Hundeyin was born on May 6, 1990, in Lagos State, Nigeria, in the country’s southwestern geopolitical zone. He was born and raised in Lagos State. He attended Grange School for his primary education before moving on to Atlantic Hall for his secondary education. David continued his studies at the University of Hull for his bachelor’s degree and graduated in 2011.
David Hundeyin began working as a project assistant for KPMG UK in 2012. He started working as a Sales and Service Adviser for Direct Group Limited in 2013. In 2014, he was promoted to the position of account executive.
David Hundeyin is a columnist and journalist from Nigeria. He has collaborated with and written for numerous domestic and international media outlets. His writings have appeared on CNN, Business Day, The African Report, The New Yorker Magazine, and Netflix. From 2017 to 2018, David Hundeyin worked as a television writer for Channels Television’s Other News. He began working as a freelance reporter for Beln Crypto and as the Head of Content for BHM Group Nigeria in 2018.
He began working as a contributing writer and columnist for News Wire NGR and Business Day in 2019. David Hundeyin has been writing columns for Vanguard publications since February 2020, and he has been the West African Correspondent for The African Report since December 2019.
Following his arrest by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in March 2020, Invictus Obi worked as a CNN broadcaster from August 2019 to March 2020. From 2018 to 2019, David hosted African Business Radio and contributed to CCN markets. His own company is Nova Animation and Copyrighting Studio.
From 2018 to 2019, David Hundeyin hosted African Business Radio and contributed to CCN markets. His own company is Nova Animation and Copyrighting Studio. From 2018 to 2019, David Hundeyin hosted African Business Radio and contributed to CCN markets. His own company is Nova Animation and Copyrighting Studio.
When David was 25 years old, he married his wife. Three years after they wed, they got divorced. This divorce was a hot topic of conversation across a number of social media platforms. He claimed in his justification for the divorce that he had been emotionally wounded during the marriage.
David Hundeyin vs Isa Pantami
On April 14, 2021, David Hundeyin called on Dr. Isa Pantami, Minister of Communication, to resign from his position after receiving a leaked voice record revealing the minister’s involvement in the Boko Haram insurgency terrorizing the country. David Hundeyin announced on Twitter that he will upload an unedited audio recording of a sermon Dr. Isa Pantami delivered in Bauchi in 2006, in which he publicly supported the Afghan Taliban and Al Qaeda in their efforts to assassinate “unbelievers” and impose Sharia law.
David Hundeyin has had many years of experience in the field of journalism and has worked with many local and international media outlets, thereby accumulating wealth through it. According to multiple sources, his net worth is estimated at around $200,000.