Baltimore-born Sade Baderinwa is a prominent newscaster of WABC Channel 7 in New York City with a Net worth of $5 million. Sade earns her massive Net worth as a host in various television shows such as- Eyewitness News and 11 PM News.
The prominent WABC anchor was missing from the air for a long time in 2017. However, Sade opened up about her car accident in a long post in her social media in October 2017.
Baderinwa co-anchors the famous show, Eyewitness News along with her colleague Diana Williams. Additionally, the reporter also co-anchors the 11 pm news with Bill Ritter.
The WABC news anchor Sade lives a lavish and luxurious lifestyle earned from her profession as a news anchor. The American reporter has a staggering net worth of $5 million as of 2018.
Sade lives a lavish and luxurious lifestyle earned from her profession as an anchor. Image source: Pinterest
Sade is one of the most successful anchors in the journalism industry and also one of the highly paid Journalists. Baderinwa has raised her fame to the peak and receives an annual salary of $1 million from WABC, Eyewitness News and other shows.
The average salary of a news host ranges from $98,370-$107,798 annually as of 2018. However, the 48-year-old host, Sade gets a full-scale salary because of her talent and experience in the field.
The prominent WABC anchor was missing from the air for a long time in 2017 and was hesitant to share about her whereabouts. However, Sade has finally opened up about the reason for her a month-long silence off the air on her social media.
The co-host of Eyewitness News wishes to share a great tale about her adventures in the months. Unfortunately, Sade was recovering from a car accident. The evening news anchor at the New York ABC station was suffering from a debilitating concussion that went diagnosed at first. Baderinwa was bed-ridden without television, cell phones or computers for over a month.
The career-focused Sade Baderinwa is back on Eyewitness News right after a long recovery. Image source: Zimbio
Sade Baderinwa is recovering and thankful for the people sending her regards and support in her time of need. Moreover, the stunning anchor has been better within a month and started working again. Sade had also experienced a similar incident in July 2004 in Hackensack, New Jersey.
The talented TV show host, Sade was struck by motorists on a case of hit and run. She had a fracture of arm, knee completely rebuilt and many more injuries. Baderinwa returned to the Eyewitness News on December 2004 after a number of surgeries and routines of physical therapy.