Bello Oluwaseyi Victor, Popularly known as Seyi-Bello is an indigene of Ayede Bunu in Kabba/Bunu LGA. He was born in Ikare Akoko, Ondo State. He attended All saints Anglican Primary school Ilepa, Ikare Akoko, and had his Junior Secondary Education at Agboriki Comprehensive High School. For being active in football, he was awarded a Local Government Football scholarship to further his senior secondary school Education at Lennon Jubilee Secondary school Ikare Akoko.
Seyi studied Economics at the University of Abuja and later left to study his dream profession (Journalism) at The International Institute of Journalism, Africa Campus, Abuja where he bagged National Diploma (ND) and Higher National Diploma (HND) in Journalism. Seyi is a member of United States of America Library in America Embassy Abuja. He is also a member of the Nigerian Union of Journalists (NUJ).
Seyi-Bello is a comrade and an activist who hates to see people being cheated or deprived of their legitimate rights.
He is also a peace maker.
At work, Seyi is good at blending productivity with an interest in, and compassion for the work force. Amendable, patient and friendly, Seyi tends to build close, low-key relationship with a small number of associates in the work environment.
With his moderate, sociable attitude, Seyi is considerate, patient and willing to go along with those he consider friends. He may tend to be misunderstood because of his tendency not to express himself forcefully but he is usually aware of the need to comply with the established view.
Seyi has worked as a Publisher with an Abuja-Based Magazine called Image promoter. He is a blogger who practices freelance Journalism and has written for Major media houses and online bloggers like Linda Ikeji, The Sun newspaper, Punch, EMPORIUM REPORTERS and NTA to mention but few. In 2006, as a very brave Journalist that he is, he was the only journalist that covered the full news of the 2006 Enumerators’ Census Riot at Area 1 Garki