Olusola Momoh is Co-founder of Channels Television, Nigerian’s award winning Television Station. She is a seasoned Broadcaster with over 30 years of experience in Television Journalism.
Before founding Channels Television, Sola was at different times Reporter, News Caster and Producer with the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA), between 1979 and 1987.
It was at NTA, that she produced several reports on the oil spillage in the Niger-Delta communities, which prompted the Federal Government to pay compensation to some of the victims in the restive region.
After NTA, Sola worked with the International Merchant Bank (IMB) for seven years. There, she established and headed the Corporate Affairs department of the Bank. She later served in other departments in IMB, including Treasury and Credit.
She is a graduate of the University of Lagos with a B.Sc degree in Mass Communication specializing in Print Journalism and a Diploma from the same Institution in Broadcast Journalism.
As Vice Chairman of Channels Television, Sola Momoh has continued to play a pivotal role in the formulation of policies and strategies that have enhanced the strong performance of the station.
Her passion for maintaining ethical standards in practice saw her being elected into the Directorship position of the Convention on Business Integrity (CBI), a non-governmental agency that entrenches transparency and due process.
An excellent home engineer, Sola Momoh loves travelling and reading.
She is a member of the Friendship Bible Fellowship. She is happily married to John who is also a veteran broadcaster and they are blessed with three Children.