M Meet The Team
Immaculate N. OkorieMarketing Manager (UK & Anglophone Africa)
With a Master's Degree in Advertising & Marketing from the University of Hull, UK, Immaculate is the Marketing manager at Voxafrica. Responsible for the development, implementation and execution of strategic marketing plans for the UK and Anglophone African platform. Managing all commercial activity. Fond of Digital Communication, Immaculate is the cool geek of the office and a fan of thrillers and series.
Olivier EnogoParis Bureau Chief
At Voxafrica since 2009 as the correspondent in France, Olivier Enogo manages Voxafrica Paris Bureau. His documentary series African Chronicles focuses on specific episodes of the African History told by those who made it, African themselves. In his unique way, Olivier also presents Regards sur l'Afrique, a programme dedicated to the African diaspora. Olivier Enogo and Cathy Crussy co-host Les Tresors de l'Humour, an offbeat comedy show. As a pro-African, he has been travelling for decades in order to find attractive stories for his documentaries.
Annie PayepChief Information Officer - Central Africa Bureau
Annie Payep Nlepe joined Voxafrica in 2009 as a reporter, and has since made her way up to the role of Chief Information Officer of the Central African office based in Yaounde. Since 2015, she has also become the manager of the office in Douala. She is a graduate from ESSTIC in Information and Communications, and she also has obtained a diploma in journalism from the Siantou Institute of higher education. Annie Payep Nlepe present several programmes on Voxafrica Francophone channels such as Actunet, Elles Se Racontent, and 52 Mag. Fond of about cooking, Annie is passionate about gender issues.
Pierre KangaAnglophone Channel Coordinator
As the Anglophone channel Coordinator, Pierre Kanga oversees programmes and content on the platform. With a B-TEC National Diploma in Media Production obtained from the BRIT School for the Performing Arts & Technology, Pierre started his career with filming, editing and producing for fiction and Television programmes. Since joining Voxafrica in 2009, he has produced and directed flagship shows such as; Afrobuzz, Le Point, VoxNews, The Guide and Urban Fire - a show dedicated to urban cultures, and with a passion for music, leads the team in creating some of the channels top 10 rated shows such as VoxPlay and Face to Face. Well known in our London HQ for his sense of fashion, Pierre loves art in all its forms, and is fond of comedy shows, series and video games.
Perumal RamasamyTransmission Manager
Perumal Ramasamy, aka Mano, is the Transmission manager at VoxAfrica. His career in media began as a sound engineer in the early 2000s, where he developed a strong passion for broadcasting and editing. Mano joined VoxAfrica in 2008 as an editor/transmission manager and has spent 9 years enjoying his role and contributing greatly to the team! He now has more than 4,000 hours of live directing under his belt, and has managed the live launch of more than 10 campaigns. Mano loves football, but he's a first and foremost a cricket fan, a sport that he practised before getting injured. In his spare time, Mano, a father of two, enjoys playing with his kids and spending time with his wife.
Sora YagoChief Financial Officer
As the head of Administration and Finance, Sora Yago-Boli is a chartered accountant who keeps the company running. She was at the forefront of obtaining the license to broadcast the renown show ‘The Voice Afrique Francophone’ on VoxAfrica Tv. She manages the team with passion and dedication, focused on the success of our TV channel. When she is not busy as work, Sora enjoys spending time with her family.
Jules DomcheGeneral Manager
Jules Domche is Voxafrica TV's General Manager, leading Voxafrica's Europe, UK, Francophone and Anglophone platforms. As a journalist, Jules quickly moved up the ranks within the company. First a correspondent in Cameroun, his perseverance led him to become the head of Central Africa Bureau in 2009. Jules has initiated the new direction taken by VoxAfrica from 2015 and the launch of major projects, including The Voice Afrique Francophone. Covering 17 Francophone African countries, the first season of "The Voice Afrique Francophone" was a huge success, meeting the channel's expectations while becoming one of the viewer's favorite show.