Elfredah Kevin-Alerechi is a freelance multimedia investigative journalist from Nigeria, very passionate about environmental and climate justice. She is a fact-checker and a data journalist. A member of the Oxford Climate Journalism Network of the Reuters Institute of Journalism.
She is currently based in London, studying for her Master's programme at the University of Westminster.
Elfredah has spearheaded and led several investigations on environmental and climate issues in West Africa. Her work has been supported by reputable global media organisations such as the Pulitzer Centre, Civil Forum for Asset Recovery, Earth Journalism Network, Code for Africa, and The International Centre for Journalists, including several grants from Journalismfund Europe.
In 2019, she covered United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland with support from the US-based Stanley Centre for Peace and Security. She is enthusiastic about telling issues that affect everyday Nigerians’ lives, and her work has been featured in publications such as The Ferret-Scottish-based media, Scotsman, Al Jazeera, DeSmog UK, Earth Journalism Network, Newswire Nigeria and others.
Her special Skills include using OSINT to investigate issues, fact-checking, data Scrapper and Visualization, and conducting Forensic Analysis of websites and documents.