Oluseye Olugbemiga Kehinde was born in Ishara, Ogun State, Nigeria, on April 21, 1965. Oluseye, a well-known journalist from Nigeria, founded City People Group Limited.
He received his journalism diploma from Obafemi Awolowo University, where he also earned his bachelor’s degree in history and political science. He also attended Kwara State Polytechnic to earn his NYSC certificate.
He joined Newswatch as a reporter and held the role of library assistant beginning in 1986. Additionally, he has worked for publications including the Herald in 1988, the Insider Confidential newsletter as a senior correspondent in 1989, the International Desk’s head in 1990, and the Tribune as a senior writer in 1991.
When president Ibrahim Babangida revived the African Concord Press, Oluseye retired from his position as a staff writer with the African Concord in 1992. He was then invited to join the African Guardian as an assistant editor, where he worked from 1992 to 1994. Prior to starting The City People Magazine in 1995, he had served as senior editor and chief editor for The NEWS Magazine and Tempo.
He was also a member of the group that started PM News.
Happy birthday to a very confident and strong journalist. Today, we honor both your wonderful life and your extraordinary contributions towards raising the standards of journalism. You are certainly one of the best gifts God gave the world of journalism.