Ndu bu nkem - My life is mine and mine alone, sosom. Odinaka Ekezie believes that every moment of life should be spent doing what makes you alive, fully alive and being in the creative space makes life to him, worth living. He is a lawyer and creative writer who loves to tell genuine human stories. He is particularly interested in finding ways to safeguard the right of individuals in the writing, media and fashion space so that the expression of their ideas and art can be fully protected.
Umerie Shalom Chimdalu grew up in a household surrounded by stories - on the...LEARN MORE
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Motunrayo Olanitori is a writer. According to her, writing is an overwhelming privilege. She loves that she...LEARN MORE
David Agiobu is a University undergraduate studying Biotechnology at the University of Port Harcourt. He...LEARN MORE
Amarachi Princess Eke is a bit of a dabbler in several art forms, such as fine arts, performing and literary arts...LEARN MORE
Adebisi Amori is a creative storyteller from Ibadan, Nigeria whose works span diverse genres. Her works...LEARN MORE
Makachi Ugbaja is the creative brain behind Kachi photography. He is an editorial, portraits and events...LEARN MORE
Victor Ola-Matthew is a filmmaker and writer with a deep-rooted passion for storytelling. A finalist for the...LEARN MORE
Nweke Ozioma Ruth is a young Nigerian who is passionate about African Art. She is writer who focuses mostly on..LEARN MORE
Mohammad Haruna is a writer, poet and educationist. His works have appeared or are forthcoming...LEARN MORE
Olaitan Omokehinde is a 23-year-old student of mass communication at the University of Lagos. She is...LEARN MORE
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