Keme Nzerem is reporter for Channel 4 News.
Nzerem studied Geography as an undergraduate the University of Sussex, and later received a postgraduate degree in Broadcast journalism.
Before joining Channel 4 News in 2001, he worked as a writer for Comic Relief.
He has worked as Channel 4’s Home Affairs and Washington reporter, and as the sports producer, as well as co-presenting Channel 4 News, and presenting its sister programme, More4 News.
In 2002, he wrote about his experience of attending school with the shoe bomber, Richard Reid.
In 2008, Nzerem received the Royal Television Society foreign news award for a report on the American 2007 Iraq troop surge.
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