Omar Sachedina is a Canadian television journalist and anchor for Bell Media who was the National Affairs Correspondent for CTV News. He grew an interest in journalism and submitted letters to the editors at various publications, at the age of 12. He sat down with Mahmud Jamal, the first person of colour appointed to the Supreme Court of Canada, in 2022. RTDNA recognized his story from Nunavik on the roots of Canada’s first Indigenous Governor-General, in 2022.
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Omar Sachedina is married but her her wife name is not known. Couple is also blessed with two children. Couple have openly shared their joy of being parents to two beautiful children.
|Omar Sachedina||Quick Summary|
|Nick Name||Omar Sachedina|
|Career Highlights||– Chief News Anchor|
– CTV National News
|Age||41 yrs old, in 2023|
|Birthday||August 21, 1982|
|Parents’ name||Names are not known|
|Born In||Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
|What about alma mater?||McGill University|
|Height||In feet: 5’10” (1.72 m)|
|Weight||Approx. 91 Kg or 200 lbs|
|Net Worth||$3 million – $4 million|
Omar Sachedina Net Worth
Omar Sachedina’s extensive experience in broadcasting has earned him numerous accolades and recognition for his exceptional reporting skills.
Sachedina reported on the 2009 federal budget live from Ottawa for CP24, anchored coverage of the 2008 Canadian federal election night, the 2008 U.S. presidential election night, and President Obama’s inauguration.
He has received multiple RTDNA awards for his coverage of major events, including the Vancouver Olympics and the G20 Summit in Toronto. His net worth is estimated to be $3 million – $4 million, as of 2023.
Omar Sachedina Career
In Sep 2009, Omar Sachedina joined CTV National News as a correspondent in Toronto. He sat down with Mahmud Jamal, the first person of colour appointed to the Supreme Court of Canada, in 2022.
He is fluent in English, French, Gujarati, and Kutchi.He started writing letters to editors of newspapers and magazines when he was just 12. In 2005, Sachedina to the East African country of his parents in order to report and produce a PBS Frontline Fellowship feature documentary titled Uganda: The Return. The program focuses on the return of Asians to Uganda after their expulsion in 1972.