Musikilu Mojeed, Nigeria, is an award-winning investigative journalist and editor-in-chief at Nigeria's Premium Times.

Mojeed was a 2012 Knight Journalism Fellow at Stanford University, and Ford Foundation International Fellow at The City University of New York. He was a jury member of the UNESCO World Press Freedom Awards as well as a member of the Expert Council of the Fetisov Journalism Awards.

He has reported extensively on corruption, human rights and human trafficking and is one of Africa's most-regarded investigative journalists.

A winner of several awards, Mojeed shared a Pulitzer for his team’s groundbreaking reporting on the Panama Papers. He has also been honoured with the Global Shining Light Award, FAIR’s Editor’s Courage Award, the Wole Soyinka Investigative Reporting Awards, Global Editor's Network’s Data Journalism Award, among others.

Mojeed was on the board of the Forum for African Investigative Reporters and is a member of Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE).

He was chair of the Board of the Premium Times Centre for Investigative Journalism (now The Centre for Journalism Innovation and Development), and was the creator of, which empowers citizens to oversee police conduct, and, a platform that connects Nigerian journalists with resources for in-depth reporting.