Femi Abebefe Bio, Wiki, Age, Parents, Wife, KOMO, Height, Net worth

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Femi Abebefe
Femi Abebefe
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Femi Abebefe Biography

Femi Abebefe is an American journalist who joined KOMO News as Weekend Sports Anchor/Reporter in August of 2019. He’s an Everett native who is ecstatic to be back home covering the athletes and teams he’s been following for years.

Femi Abebefe Age

Abebefe was born and raised in Miami, United States. He is 30 years old but has not revealed the Year and date he was born. The information will be updated.

Femi Abebefe Education

Femi graduated from Western Washington University in the Fall of 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a minor in communications. It was during his time in Bellingham where he learned that broadcast journalism would be his calling.

He finally got his big break in September of 2013 when he got his first job at KTVZ-TV in Bend, Ore. In Bend, he got the opportunity to cover the Cascade Cycling Classic, Pole Pedal Paddle, the Oregon Ducks men’s basketball team in the NCAA tournament, the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay, Olympic Trials, and numerous successful high school sports teams.

Femi Abebefe Parents

Information about his parents and siblings is not available but will be updated as soon as it will be available.

Femi Abebefe Wife

Femi has not yet revealed his marital status to the public hence we do not know if he is married or not but the information will be updated as soon as it will be available.

Femi Abebefe KOMO

He works at KOMO News as a Weekend Sports Anchor/Reporter.

He works alongside Preston Phillips, Cole Miller, Shannon O’Donnell, Abby Acone, Brian Calvert, Mark Christopher, Keith Eldridge, Michelle Esteban, Manda Factor, Mike Ferreri, Jeremy Grater, Corwin Haeck, Charlie Harger, Erick Heintz, Gregg Hersholt, Tom Hutyler, Elisa Jaffe among others.

Femi Abebefe Career

In August of 2016, Femi returned to the state of Washington when he took a Sports Anchor/Reporter job at KHQ/SWX in Spokane. As a part of a six-person sports department, Femi anchored, reported, produced, and called play-by-play for a wide variety of Inland Northwest sporting events. As a west sider, he quickly learned about the passion for sports on the other side of the mountains.

At KHQ/SWX, Femi covered multiple NCAA tournament runs for the Gonzaga men and women’s basketball teams, WSU football’s historic 11-win season that ended with an Alamo Bowl win, Spokane Hoopfest (the largest 3-on-3 basketball tournament in the world), Bloomsday run and more.

Femi Fun Facts

He is now extremely excited to be back in the city he loves to cover professional sports. In his free time, he loves to hang out with friends and family, go to the gym or grab a beverage at the local pub to catch a game or two. Make sure to say hello if you see him out at your favorite sporting event.

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