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The Team

Chidi Okorie

Founder & CEO

Is a Nigerian British educator by profession residing in the United States he has a Masters in Education and a BSc in Geology and Mining. Pastor Chidi Okorie has been ordained as a Pastor since 2009 under the Redeemed Pilgrims Ministries. Prior to his ordination he was involved in ministry through the SCM (Students Christian Movement) through his former Alumni Enugu State University Of Science and Technology and has been involved in sharng his content digitally for the past 14 years via social media and on his SendMe Radio platform. Pastor Chidi Okorie can be heard on SendMe Radio every morning on there Mountain TopPrayer 1000 Days of Searching The Scriptures Program. 

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Radio and Digital Marketing


Melanie Okorie

Tech Lead

Affectionately called Digitalink is a British Registered Nurse by profession who spent a portion of her childhood on the Caribbean island of Jamaica. Born to a Yoruba Nigerian father and Jamaican mother and being married to a Nigerian Igbo husband she surely has a rich understanding of diverse cultures. She currently resides in the United States with her husband and children and is currently pursing her Masters in Public Health. She started creating content as a hobby over ten years ago. Her passion later grew as SendMe Radio's content was being downloaded from their podcast by individuals all over the world. The platform continued to miraculously grow and has blessed many. SendMe Radio is now a streaming internet radio station that can be downloaded from the Google Play and Apple Store. They also create  radio commercials for businesses, social and church events, in any language or accents, that can be promoted on their SendMem Radio platform worldwide. She takes no credit for SendMe Radio's journey however attributes it to the Lord by stating that He was at the centre of the entire journey. 

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