Real People. Real Results.
Who We Are
Henkmedia Connect exists to help you establish that deep bond between you and your audience. Business or consumer. Local or global. Complex or simple. We believe that there is some value that you want people to know about.
Every connection we help you make is brutally focused on your business outcomes. Driving up sales. Winning hearts and minds. Boosting awareness – even against your competitors with deeper pockets.
We are a full-service PR and interactive communications consultancy. Since June 2005, we have aimed to bring the power of relationships into every business we work with.
Nkanu Egbe, CEO, Henkmedia Connect and Publisher/Editor, Lagos Metropolitan, is a Broadcaster, Journalist, 360° Communications
Consultant of almost 40 years’ media experience. He is a time-honoured content creation and marketing professional involved in developing content for broadcast, print, online and social
media, consulting for major media companies like Cosse Nigeria Limited, TaijoWonukabe Ltd., JSP Corporate Communications and Lumina Communications. He has consulted for Governmental and Non-Governmental Organisations such as the Cross River State Government, Lagos State AIDS Control Agency (LSACA), Onikan Health Centre, Ebute-Metta
Health Centre, Sesor Empowerment Foundation and Cakasa Ebenezer Foundation. Egbe was once Editor, Society magazine and Editor-in-
Chief, Expression magazine. He was also Editor, Surulere Arena, all print titles. He is an Associate Member of the Advertisers Practitioners Council of Nigeria (APCON).
Omolola Itayemi is a journalist, tourist, traveller, events organizer, public relations practitioner, culture enthusiast and wine connoisseur. She is the immediate past President of the Association of Travel and Tourism Writers of Nigeria (ATTWON).
She is the Founder of yourtravelstartshere, a travel and lifestyle operation. She was a Senior Tourism Correspondent at ThisDay Newspaper. She is an avid reader who is always constantly improving herself.
Henry Bassey is a seasoned Brand Marketing and Communications C-Suite Executive with 25 years of work experience in the competitive markets of Nigeria, South Africa and the UK. His work cuts across the Banking, Sustainability and Global Advertising Industries. He is passionate about social Impact with a focus on helping brands with a mission and purpose achieve their
dreams and goals, and Marketing Intelligence and was awarded one of the top 50 Marketing Professionals in West Africa in 2017. He is a leading conference speaker and an advocate of the environment working with the UN and other
multinational and government partners to leave our planet better than we met it. He is a member
of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM-UK), Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria
(APCON) and a corporate member of the Association of Advertising Agencies of Nigeria
(AAAN). He loves fishing, cooking, walking, cycling and travelling.
Uzor Maxim Uzoatu directed the play Doctor of Football in 1979 before taking a bachelor’s degree in Dramatic Arts from the University of Ife (now Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria) with Prof. Wole Soyinka, the Nobel Prize-winner, as Head of Department. The holder of a master’s degree in Literature from the University of Lagos, Nigeria, he was the 1989 Distinguished Visitor at the Graduate School of Journalism, University of Western Ontario, Canada. He was nominated for the Caine Prize for African Writing in 2008. He is the author of the poetry collection God of Poetry, the play A Play of Ghosts, and the creative non-fiction book, How Not to Be a Nigerian. He wrote the narrative for Scottish photographer Owen Logan’s picture book, Masquerade: Michael Jackson Alive In Nigeria, exhibited at STILLS, Scotland’s Centre For Photography, Edinburgh from August 1 to October 26, 2014. Uzoatu lives in Nigeria with his wife Chidinma and their four children.