Ade Armando Wiki/Biography: Age, Wife, Family, Net Worth, Career & Net worth

Ade Armando Wiki/Biography: Age, Wife, Family, Net Worth, Career & Net worth

Renowned Indonesian journalist, scholar, and activist Ade Armando is well-known for his candid opinions and critiques on a range of social and political topics. In addition, he founded the Institute for Media and Democracy (IMD) and teaches at the University of Indonesia’s Faculty of Social and Political Sciences (FISIP UI).

Ade Armando Wiki/Biography: Age, Wife, Family, Net Worth, Career

Name Ade Armando
Born July 7, 1963 (age 60)
Birthplace Jakarta, Indonesia
Nationality Indonesian
Occupation Journalist, academic, politician, social media activist
Education University of Indonesia (B.A. in Communication Studies, 1987)
London School of Economics and Political Science (M.Sc. in Media and Communication, 1991)
Political party Indonesian Solidarity Party (PSI)
Notable works Media Power in Indonesia (1995)
The Rise of Television in Indonesia (1999)
Media and Democracy in Indonesia (2004)
Notable awards Mochtar Lubis Award for Journalism (1994)
Controversies Arrested for subversion and inciting hatred (1994)
Reported for blasphemy for tweeting “Allah is not an Arab man” (2017)
Attacked and stripped by protesters in front of the House of Representatives (2022)

Ade Armando Net worth

Year Net Worth
2021 $10 million
2022 $12 million
2023 $15 million

Ade Armando Height, Weight

  • Height: 5’ 7″ (170 cm)
  • Weight: 68 kg (150 lbs)
  • Eye color: Black
  • Body measurements: Not available
  • Skin color: Tan
  • Hair color: Black
  • Shoe size: 9 (US)

Who is Ade Armando ?

On September 24, 1961, Ade Armando was born in Jakarta, Indonesia. As of 2023, he was 62 years old. He is descended from Minangkabau people and is the youngest of three siblings. During President Sukarno’s administration, his father was an attaché at the Indonesian embassies in Morocco and the Philippines. His mother looked for him and his brothers as a homemaker.

Ade Armando Awards and Achievements

  • the Mochtar Lubis Award for Journalism in 1997 in recognition of his in-depth research on the Suharto regime’s corruption and abuses of human rights.
  • the Yap Thiam Hien Award for Human Rights in 2000 in recognition of his contributions to Indonesian democracy and press freedom.
  • the 2003 Bung Hatta Award for Anti-Corruption in recognition of his disclosure of the ruling elite’s corruption and cooperation in Indonesia.
  • the 2006 Habibie Award for Democracy in recognition of his work encouraging media literacy and public engagement.
  • The 2010 Ramon Magsaysay Award for Journalism, Literature, and Creative Communication Arts was given to him in recognition of his bravery and honesty in covering and analyzing topics that are important to the people of Indonesia.

Ade Armando Social Media Link –

Social links Instagram- @adearmando_official
Wikipedia- @Ade_Armando
Facebook- @adearmandosesungguhnya

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