Ugochi Iloka Biography
Ugochi Iloka is an American Broadcast Journalist, Reporter, and Fill-in Anchor currently working as reporter and fill-in anchor for WBRC FOX6 News since October 2016. She reported for an ABC affiliate, 40/29 news in Fayetteville, Arkansas for more than three years.
Ugochi Iloka Age
Ugochi was born on January 22, 1989, in Houston, Texas, the U.S. Her information about the exact date of birth is not yet confirmed.
Ugochi Iloka Education
Ugochi attended and graduated from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications emphasis in Broadcast Journalism while minoring in political science.
Ugochi Iloka Husband
Ugochi is a married woman but she is somehow private when it comes to matters concerning her personal life. She has not yet updated her husband information on social media.
Ugochi Iloka Daughter
Ugochi and her husband have one daughter, Skylar-Oluchi. When she’s not reporting, she’s taking her daughter Skylar-Oluchi to gymnastics class, or participating in events organized by her sorority Zeta Phi Beta.
he interned for the FOX affiliate there in college, Fox 26 News. You’ll notice her unique name. Ugochi says most people think it’s Japanese, but the origin is actually Nigerian. In junior high, she attended boarding school in Nigeria where her parents migrated to the U.S. from.
Before moving to Alabama, Ugochi reported for an ABC affiliate, 40/29 news in Fayetteville, Arkansas for more than three years.
During her time there, she won an Arkansas Associated Press award in 2013 for her continuous Scott County flood coverage that killed the county sheriff while trying to save a woman from flood waters.
Ugochi also followed some big breaking news stories including a growing gang problem in the city of Springdale resulting in multiple deadly drive-by shootings and the death of a six-year-old boy who was murdered and raped by his parents.
One of the most memorable stories she covered involved speaking to a woman who found a cat with an arrow pierced in its head, creating a social media frenzy.
Ugochi is excited to cover the stories that matter to people living in Tuscaloosa and the rest of West Alabama. “I want to connect with the people here and find out what they care about,” said Ugochi. She also already knows all about our culture of football. “I traded in my ‘Woo pig sooie’ call for a ‘Roll Tide,'” said Ugochi.