Innocent Kalaluka is a Zambian journalist who hosts an entertainment show and goes by the name Smooth IK. He is also active on social media platforms such as Facebook and TikTok.
He has also appeared as an actor in some movies, such as I Am Not a Witch (2017) and Vindanda (2019).
He is married and has three children. He claims that his secret to staying young is being happy, positive, athletic, and avoiding alcohol and smoking.
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Innocent Kalaluka Early Life and Education
Innocent Kalaluka was born in Senanga, Western Province to Likando Kalaluka, a prominent politician and Senanga Member of Parliament in the UNIP government of Kenneth Kaunda. He went to Lusaka Boys and Woodlands A Primary School for his primary education and then later went to Mulambwa School and St Johns for his secondary level.
He has a certificate in Marketing from a college in Lusaka, a journalist diploma from the University of Zambia (UNZA), and a journalist and mass communication degree from the Livingstone International University of Tourism Excellence and Business Management (LIUTEBM).
Innocent Kalaluka Career
Innocent Kalaluka started his career as a radio presenter at Radio Phoenix in 1994 and later joined ZNBC as a television presenter and producer.
He is best known for hosting the popular magazine show, Smooth Talk. He is also an actor, writer, and social media influencer. He has appeared in some movies, such as I Am Not a Witch (2017) and Vindanda (2019).
He has also won some awards for his work, such as the Best TV Presenter award at the 2018 Zambia Arts and Culture Awards.
Innocent Kalaluka Personal Life, Wife and Children
Innocent Kalaluka is married and has three children, but the names of his wife and children are not publicly known. He was born to Likando Kalaluka, a prominent politician and former Member of Parliament. He plays social football for fun and is a supporter of Aston Villa FC.
Innocent Kalaluka Net Worth
Innocent Kalaluka’s Net Worth is estimated to be $500,000 as of 2024.