Saturday, 17 January 2009
Kizzi Nkwocha is a media consultant and PR specialist, described by the UK's PR Week magazine as "one of the industries fastest rising stars." He is based in the United Kingdom.
At 21, he became the UK's youngest newspaper editor, editing the 10-edition Recorder Group in West London. After the Recorder, Nkwocha worked as programming editor of Broadcast Magazine. He was also guest editor of international celebrity magazine, Society. Kizzi is best known for his years as a reporter at the News of the World weekly tabloid newspaper.
As a public relations consultant Nkwocha, known for his flamboyant dress styles has served as a publicist for Wasim Akram; multiple mum Mandy Allwood, who was pregnant with eight babies; Britain's oldest mum, Liz Buttle; mistress of President Bill Clinton Gennifer Flowers; Michael Perham, the youngest person to sail across the Atlantic single-handed and Dragons Den businessman, Levi Roots.
In 2001 Kizzi was voted by The Voice newspaper one of the 100 most influential black people in the United Kingdom. He has been the subject of a C4 documentary on publicity and was a character in the fictional novel No Glove, No Love by Ron Shillingford. In 2006 one of his clients, Guy Goma, became a worldwide celebrity after being mistakenly interviewed by the BBC on News 24.
Nkwocha is the man behind Kiss ‘N’ Sell - a news, photo and video auction site, in which information can be auctioned off to the highest bidder. If you have a Kiss and Tell story to sell to the newspapers, you can call Kizzi in confidence on 0871 717 9091 or 0871 717 9092