Publisher Celebrates Birthday with 2 Majestic Photos


Let Everything That Has Breath Praise The LORD. Praise GOD

Olori Janet Afolabi celebrates a year older today, Friday, 16th of December. Plenty of dignitaries are ringing in the anniversary of the Queen of Apomuland’s birth by wishing her well on social media.Warm wishes and congratulatory greetings continue to pour in as Olori Janet Afolabifrontline journalist turn royalty– clocks a year older. From famous personalities, to news publishers in the country, and other members of royalty, everyone continues to send their best wishes

Olori, happy birthday ma! Almighty God will continue to strengthen you and Kaabiyesi. Thank you for the good job, you’re making us proud: your primary consistency – journalism. Happy birthday ma“– A message from Premium Times Publisher, Musbau Adisa Rasak

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Olori Janet, who has stepped back from most journalistic duties over her duties as Queen to Oba Kayode Adenekan Afolabi of Apomu land, will most likely spend her birthday in Osun state.

To commemorate her birthday, Olori Janet shared two majestic photos earlier today captionedThere are days.
And there are special days.
Today, December 16, is a special day.
My birthday.

I am nothing without God.
Therefore, I am exceedingly grateful and thankful.

Olori Janet Mba Afolabi, is a CNN award winning Journalist, Author,  and also the Publisher/ Editor-in-Chief of Scrollreport.

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She won Diamond Award for Media Excellence in 1998. Olori Afolabi is a Media Trainer who has trained journalists for local and foreign organisation. Some of the Organisations include NNPC and UNICEF.
Olori Afolabi began her journalism career in Newswatch Magazine in 1989. She worked for ten years before joining Tell Magazine as an Assistant Editor. In year 2000, she co- founded Insider Magazine with some of her colleagues from Tell. Nine years later she established Scroll Magazine, a weekly publication which won the Sports Category of the Nigerian Media Merit Award in 2011. In 2016 the magazine went online as Scrollreport.


Olori Janet Afolabi is a member of Nigerian Guild of Editors. She was Ex Officio member of Nigerian Union of Journalists Lagos state Chapter She was also the first and only female Chairman, Newswatch Chapel of Lagos NUJ.

She is the Founder Media Women Forum whose mission is to champion the cause of women.