Nima Elbagir Biography

    Published On Jan 10, 2018
    Facts of Nima Elbagir
    Date of Birth: 1978 , July
    Birth Nation: Sudan
    Name Nima Elbagir
    Birth Name Nima Elbagir
    Nationality Sudan
    Birth Place/City Sudanese
    Profession Journalist
    Working For Television
    Net Worth Unknown
    Salary 200-300 thousand US Dollars
    Weight in KG 120 kg
    Married Unknown
    Married to Alexandra Lorex
    Children 3
    Divorce Yes
    Online Presence Facebook,Twitter,Wiki
    Nick Name Nima
    Father Jim Holmes
    Mother Shirley Holmes
    Ethnicity Mix
    Education London School of Economics and Political Science
    Awards The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal
    TV Show @ This Hour
    Eye Color Dark brown
    Hair Color Dark brown
    Face Color Mix
    Famous for Businessman, investor, television host, philanthropist
    Books The Holmes Manual
    Affair with British diploma
    Boyfriend British diploma
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    Nima Elbagir then migrated to the U.K. after six years in Sudan. After completed her high school education, she graduated from "The London School of Economics and Political Science" in Philosophy. She is fluent in both English and Arabic.

    Nima Elbagir started her professional career with an international news agency, “Reuters” as a stringer where she covered the simmering conflict in the country’s Darfur region.  She then joined the More4News as a reporter and cover the Mogadishu during the US bombing of Somalia as well as exclusive stories of the rape committed by the Union Soldiers.

    Nima Elbagir got a chance to travel to numerous African nations includes Libya, Sudan, Afganistan, and Nigeria etc. Currently, she is working as a Senior International Correspondent based in CNN's London bureau.

    As a reporter, Nima Elbagir won the Specialist reporting award, as well as honored twice from the Foreign Press Association Awards. Moreover, Elbagir nominated for many awards like Amnesty Award and One World Broadcast Award. During her career, she worked with a famous personality, Isha Sesay, Hala Gorani and, Zain Asher, etc.

    Moving towards her personal life,  Nima Elbagir is involved in a love affair with the mysterious man. Her partner is the British diplomat. She hasn’t officially revealed the exact information about her boyfriend. There is a rumor the duo first met in the program in Sudan. After a couple of weeks, the couple fell in a love with each other and began their relationship.

    Nima Elbagir is active on Twitter with 5,461 followers but she never mentioned about her boyfriend information on the Twitter page.

    Nima Elbagir receives around $187,697 as a yearly salary and her estimated net worth is $2 million. Moreover, she is also active in social works including Sudan’s children food and education. 

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    Born in Khartoum, Sudan

    1978

    Nima Elbagir was born in July 1978 Khartoum, Sudan to mother, Ibtisam, and father, Ahmed Abdullah and grew up along with her siblings in the United Kingdom and Sudan.

    Graduated from The London School of Economics and Political

    2001

    After completing her primary education, Nima Elbagir joined "The London School of Economics and Political Science" in 1998 and gained her bachelor degree after three years.

    joined the Reuters

    2002

    Elbagir started her career as a stringer in an international news agency "Reuters" in December 2002. For the media company, he covered the simmering conflict in the country's Darfur region.

    Total Net Worth

    2018

    Nima Elbagir earns a suitable amount of money by her profession and has a net worth of $2 million as of 2017. However, her current net worth is still undisclosed. As of 2017, her yearly salary is estimated to be $187,697.

    joined the More4 News

    2005

    Elabagir joined the More4 News in 2005 where she covers exclusive stories of rape allegations against the African Union in Darfur as well as reported from Mogadishu during the US bombing of Somalia in January 2007.