Fidelis Mac-Leva is a Nigerian print Journalist with over fifteen years of working experience.

He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication from the University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID) where he came tops in 2004 as the best graduating student of the department. He also holds an Advanced Professional Diploma in Terrorism, Security and Intelligence Studies from the NAOWA Institute of Technology, Mambilla Barracks, Abuja (2017).

He has worked with several newspapers in Nigeria, including the DAILY TIMES where he got an automatic offer of appointment as a Senior Reporter based on his emergence as the best graduating student of Mass Communication from UNIMAID.

He covers business (Power), politics, investigation, Nigerian Governors’ Forum. He is currently on the Investigation desk as deputy head. As an investigative reporter, he has undertaken several investigative reports in Nigeria. He has also carried out transnational investigations- one of which was published by ZAM under the title: “The demonic universe.”

Basic information

Fidelis Mac-Leva
Nigerian journalist
Business & politics

Supported projects

I put a spell on you. How witchcraft corrodes the African economy and society

  • Corruption
  • Culture
  • Economy
  • Organised crime

YAOUNDE -  "Under the guise of witchcraft people are tortured, murdered and development money is wasted. But local governments and international aid organisations remain passive," write Alberique Houndjo (Benin), Chief Bisong Etahoben (Cameroon), Fidelis Mac-Leva (Nigeria), Anneke Verbraeken (The Netherlands).