Olaitan Omokehinde is a 23-year-old student of mass communication at the University of Lagos. She is a freelance writer and blogger and co-founder of the NGO Girl Child Chronicles (GCC).
She writes fiction and personal essays, she is a feminist and is slightly addicted to the European historical monarchy. She gets most of her inspiration from female African authors and personal life experiences.
She is currently working on her debut book, which is a collection of short stories detailing the experiences of women across various tribes in Nigeria.
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