Will Njobvu is a TV presenter, radio broadcaster and public speaker. Diversity, inclusion and racial equality are topics close to Will’s heart and he is determined to make change, educate and inspire. As a member of the LGBT community Will also enjoys speaking about the importance of being comfortable with your identity and taking care of your mental health.
Will Njobvu’s passion for public speaking and expert delivery has led him to speak in front of large audiences for some of the UK’s leading organisations. These include Tik Tok, The British Heart Foundation, MediaCom & LinkedIn. Will has also hosted career related talks at De Montfort University in Leicester.
Will Njobvu was invited by MediaCom to deliver a talk on the importance of diversity in the workplace in 2019. It was incredibly well received by the audience. Media Executive, Vivienne Dovi said: “Will delivered a thorough and educational presentation about diversity and it left the whole company filled with knowledge and ideas on how to improve.” More recently in 2021, Tik Tok invited Will to speak about the importance of authentic black representation on social media.
Other topics Will Njobvu is comfortable speaking about are overcoming adversity, identity, sexuality, mental health and heart health. He was diagnosed with mitral valve prolapse at the age of 22. This is a heart condition which he doesn’t allow to define him. On behalf of the British Heart Foundation, he has delivered a talk to number of young people who are living with heart conditions like him. Bullied because of his sexuality at school and college and often racially abused, Will has also overcome depression in the past.
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In 2021, Will Njobvu hosted The Masked Singer: Unmasked which aired exclusively on ITV Hub and was repeated on ITV2. Unmasked contains exclusive interviews with that evening’s unmasked celebrity and is home to all the backstage gossip with panelists Jonathan Ross, Davina McCall, Rita Ora and new recruit Mo Gilligan.
Will hosts both the Saturday Breakfast Show and Sunday afternoons on Capital XTRA. He also covers the Entertainment Presenter role on ITV’s Good Morning Britain.
While The Masked Singer UK series 2 was on air, Will presented and scripted a 4-part digital series for Good Morning Britain called Who’s Behind The Mask? – which received over 3 million impressions online.
Having graduated from De Montfort University with a degree in Media and Communications with Journalism, Will went on to work on the production side for Sky News, BBC Radio London, Channel 5 News and This Morning.
Will Njobvu has regularly featured as a co-host on Channel 5’s flagship daytime chat show, Jeremy Vine. He’s also hosted ITV2’s entertainment news show FYI Daily and previously worked as a co-presenter on BBC Africa’s children’s show, What’s New?
In 2018, Will Njobvu filmed a short feature documentary called ‘Sudden Cardiac Deaths’ for Victoria Derbyshire’s BBC2 show, about young people living with undetected heart conditions; a topic close to his heart, as he was diagnosed with an acute heart condition himself at the age of 22.