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Steve Ayorinde was born on 9 July, 1970 in Ibadan, Nigeria.

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Age50 years old
Zodiac SignCancer
Born9 July 1970
Birthday9 July
BirthplaceIbadan, Nigeria
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Nigeria

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2019

Ayorinde is the author of three books: Masterpieces: A Critic’s Timeless Report (Spectrum Books, 2008); Abokede: The Man, The Hill, The City (ArtPillar Books, 2011) and Cascade of Change: A Decade of Liberal Thoughts (Liberal Publishing, 2015). He also edited For Law, For Country: Conversations with the Bar and the Bench (Global Media Mirror Publications, 2012).

2015

Steve Oluseyi Ayorinde is the immediate past Commissioner for Tourism, Arts and Culture in Lagos State in Nigeria. Before that, he was the Lagos State Commissioner for Information and Strategy, sworn in by His Excellency the Governor of Lagos State Akinwunmi Ambode on 19 October 2015. He was also previously the Managing Director/Editor-In-Chief of the National Mirror newspaper, and before that, the Editor of The Punch newspaper in Nigeria.

1997

A product of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Steve Ayorinde was also educated at the University of Lagos, Akoka, and University of Leicester in the UK, where he earned a Master’s Degree in Globalization and Communications. Well travelled and a polyglot, he is a European Union Fellow at the Foundation Journalists-in-Europe (1997–98), a comprehensive one-year training scheme for mid-career journalists. He is also an alumnus of the State Department’s International Visitors’ program (IVP) in the United States, the Goethe Institute, Berlin, and the University of Siena for Foreigners, Italy.[1]

1991

His career started in 1991 at The Guardian Newspapers in Lagos, Nigeria which was renowned as the flagship in Nigerian Media Space at the time. He was a pioneer staff of The Comet where he edited the Arts, Entertainment and Media Section (1999–2003), after which he joined The Punch, Nigeria’s largest circulation newspaper. He worked at The Punch in various capacities, first as Arts Editor, United Kingdom Correspondent, Member of the Editorial Board and ultimately as Editor of the daily title. It was at The Punch where he started his popular back-page column, “Something Before the Weekend”, which ran every Thursday. He later worked at the National Mirror, first as the Editor/Executive Director in charge of Publications and later as Managing Director/Editor-in-Chief between 2010 and 2013. He has since practised as a syndicated columnist and Media Consultant and Strategist. He was the Director of Media and Communications to the Akinwunmi Ambode Campaign Organization between September 2014 and April 2015.. He is the promoter of first Arts and Culture publication in Nigeria. It’s called The Culture Newspaper (TCN)