Gfem Talk Show radio career began in November 2009 on Blogtalkradio. Now the show has been heard on terrestrial stations (Jack 102.7FM, WOLB 1010 AM, WWIN 1400). Gfem holds a Bachelor degree in Biology, Master degree in Business Administration and a certificate in Financial Management. He’s still using his degrees to work in fortune 500 companies. The background and experience in these fields have positioned him to spark meaningful discussions on air on the following salient topics: Career, Education, Health, and Finances including Relationship and Living word. When it comes to engaging the audience, Gfem is a man to reckon with. He’s articulate, vibrant and prudent in his delivery.
Many of his speaking and hosting career includes the 2012 Fest Africa event that garnered thousands of people with different background. He served as an event moderator for 2012 Nigerian Reunion Conference Town Hall Meeting. Gfem was invited to speak at the 2012 African Diaspora Conference in Nigeria. That same year, he was also invited to RCCG Jesus House Baltimore to address young-adults group on the topic, “When Sex Happens.” For two years consecutively, 2012 and 2013, Gfem has provided media interview coverage for Redeem Christian Church of GOD Jesus House DC BIAZO Ministry Career Empowerment.
Friends and colleagues regard him as been resourceful. He does all he can to help others. Gfem has partnered with many media and organizations in an effort to help promote their events, and raise awareness. In 2014, Gfem partnered with International Association of African Non Governmental Organization (IAAN) to galvanize African political, business leaders, and citizens for Social Accountability Summit. Other organization Gfem has partnered with includes the Washington Post subsidiary, ROOT DC, Women Empowered to Achieve the Impossible (WETATI), Sierra Leone Association of Artists and Musicians (SLAAM) etc. Little people know that Gfem is also a drummer. His ministration, dexterity and charisma on drums has made him a sought after drummer for many musicians.