Myriam Iragi Maroy


Journalism Fund
Congo Basin

Myriam Iragi Maroy is a Congolese journalist from Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo.

She graduated from Motema Mpiko High School in Kinshasa in 2008, and obtained degrees in journalism and international political journalism from the Institut Facultaire des Sciences de l'Information et de la Communication (IFASIC).

She began her professional career while still at university in 2012 at New Trends, a weekly newspaper published in Kinshasa.

In 2013, she joined the editorial staff at Le Phare, one of the largest daily newspapers in Kinshasa.

Passionate about radio, Iragi Maroy left Le Phare to join Top Congo FM in 2018. She works there as a reporter and news anchor for the environmental program Top Vert.

Iragi Maroy was recognized with the RFI Ghislaine Dupont and Claude Verlon prizes in 2019.

Myriam Iragi Maroy