I Am Osasu Igbinedion

Osasu Igbinedion is a Nigerian journalist and TV show host. She is the host of The Osasu Show, a syndicated TV show focused on development, business, and politics in Nigeria and the United Kingdom
Osasu was born in the United Kingdom into the popular Igbinedion family. She is the daughter of Mrs Eki Igbinedion and Lucky Igbinedion, the former governor of Edo State, while her grandfather Gabriel Igbinedion is the Esama of the Benin Kingdom in Nigeria.

Osasu obtained her Bachelor's degree from Stonehill College in Easton Massachusetts and thereafter a Masters Degree from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts.
She later received a certificate in TV and Film Production from New York Film Academy in New York, New York in the United States of America.


Osasu is the host of the TV show "The Osasu Show"

The Osasu Show airs on African Independent Television, BEN TV London, and ITV which are popular TV stations in Nigeria and the United Kingdom and The Weekend Show on AIT

She is the convener of Osasu Show Symposium, a forum where major stakeholders in the political field gathered together with their constituents to discuss issues of nation building and development especially as they relate to the welfare of the less privileged.

She is also the founder of The Osasu Show Foundation.

Osasu has received accolades for: Journalistic Excellence by the Institute of Service Excellence and Good Governance (2017); Role Model to the Girl Child by Nigerian Entrepreneurs Award (2017); Humanitarian Award by La Mode Magazine (2015)