Samira Ahmed Wiki – Husband, Family, Net Worth, Height, Body Measurement
Facts of Samira Ahmed
|Age:||50 years 7 months|
|Birth Date:||October 29, 1968|
|Eye Color:||Light Brown|
Relationship Statistics of Samira Ahmed
|What is her marital status? (single, married, in relation or divorce):|
|When did she get married? (married date):||November 17, 2012|
|How many children does she have? (name):||1|
|Is she having any relationship affair?:||No|
|Is she lesbian?:||No|
|What is her spouse's name?:||Ty Shaba|
More about the relationship
Samira Ahmed is married to Ty Shaba , Ty Shaba is a Mira colleague in the industry, a film actor, singer and an Afro Model. Samira and Ty Shaba tied the knot on 17 November 2012. The duo welcome there first child on December 16,2013.
Who Is Samira Ahmed?
Samira Ahmed is as born on June 15, 1968 in London. Samira is a successful British freelance journalist, writer and broadcaster.
Samira Ahmed Family
Samira was born into the family of Lalita (née chatterjee). Samira mother Lalita worked for the Hindi service of the BBC world service in Bush house . Samira attended welbledon high school in south London. She later attend st Edmund hall oxford where she studied English. Samira completed a pair graduate diploma in news paper journalism at city university London.
Samira Ahmed Career
Samira started her career when she became a BBC news trainee between the year 1990 to 1997 working as a news correspondent, a reporter on news night and today programme, Samira was also a presenter on BBC news 24. Samira later became the BBC’s Los Angeles correspondent and covered the o.j Simpson trail and later work as an anchor and political correspondent in Berlin for Duetsche Welle Tv. Samira joined channel 4 news in April 2000 and became a presenter on July 2002.
In October 2011 Samira became the news paper reviewer in Lorraine and presented the third and fourth series of sundar morning live on BBC one between the year 2012 to 2013. Samira became the presenter of news watch on bbc news channel on January 2013. Samira is currently a visiting professor of journalism at Kingston university and a regular contributor of the big issues .