Mustafa Nayem

Mustafa Nayem

Ukrainian journalist and politician
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Short biography

MustafaNayem is a Ukrainian journalist and politician.

Short biography of Mustafa Nayem

Mustafa Nayem was born in the capital of Afghanistan - the city of Kabul, on June 28, 1981.

In 1989 he moved from Afghanistan to Moscow, and from there in a year to Kiev.

Mustafa Nayem received higher education in the Kiev Polytechnic Institute, from which he graduated in 2004.

Later he studied in Germany, at the International Academy of Journalism in Hamburg.

Mustafa Nayem started his career in journalism in 2004 at "Kontekst Media".

From 2005 to 2007 Nayem was a journalist at the "Kommersant" newspaper.

From 2007 till 2011 Mustafa Nayem closely cooperated with Savik Shuster. He was the editor of the program "Freedom of Speech" and the host of the programs "Black and White" and "After Live".

After leavingSavik Shuster Studio, Nayem worked atTVi channel for two years. In 2013, due to a conflict with the new management, he left the channel along with many other journalists. In the same year, he was one of the founders of the public TV channel"Hromadske".

After the Revolution of Dignity, Mustafa Nayem was elected as an MP in early elections in 2014. In the Rada Nayem took the post of deputy head of the faction BPP and soon joined the inter-faction group "Eurooptimists".

In 2019, Mustafa Nayem left the Petro Poroshenko Bloc. And in the 2019 presidential elections he supported Anatoliy Gritsenko.

Mustafa Nayem and "Ukroboronprom"

In 2019, it became known that Mustafa Nayem began to work in the state concern OPK Ukroboronprom.

On April 29, 2021, his position in the defense concern was cut without explanation and Nayem left Ukroboronprom.

What is Mustafa Nayem known for

Mustafa Nayem is considered the man who actually started the Revolution of Dignity. It was his famous Facebook post: "Meet at 22:30 under the Independence Monument. Dress warmly, take umbrellas, tea, coffee, a good mood and friends. Repost is most welcome! " - gave rise to the protests, after the Ukrainian government's refusal to sign the association with the European Union.

In 2015, Mustafa Nayem was one of the curators of the process of launching the new patrol police of Ukraine.

In 2014, he published a book of his own authorship "On Both Sides of Barbed Wire", written on the basis of Yuri Lutsenko's stories about his imprisonment.

Mustafa Nayem's family

Nayem is single and has no children.

Network activity

  • Facebook. There are almost two hundred and fifty users subscribed to the page of Mustafa Nayem in the social network Facebook .

  • Twitter. Mustafa Nayem's Twitter account has more than seven hundred thousand readers.

  • Instagram. The appearance of new photos of Mustafa Nayem in the social network Instagram is followed by almost eighteen thousand subscribers.

  • Telegram. Almost twenty thousand users are subscribed to the channel of Mustafa Nayem in Telegram .

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