It all started with WB's Tom & Jerry. Seriously. I was one of those nerdy kids who loved animated TV shows and storybooks and wanted to be a writer when he grows up.
That's why I flourished in the humanities at high school and gained a university admission to study mass communication at 16.
How I became a journalist + short story writer
College was tough and fun. I mastered the basics of journalism, marketing, film, and digital media from demanding Professors. And studied alongside fine writers like Linus Unah, winner of The Future Awards Africa Prize for Journalism in 2018, and Arinze Ifeakandu, nominee for The Caine Prize for African Writing in 2017.
I also got a couple of short stories published in the reputable literary blog, Africanwriters.com, and earned my first mainstream newspaper bylines during a journalism internship.
I finally graduated with honors in 2016.
A love story with marketing
A few months after college, I found a way to thrive as a writer - helping B2B Tech marketers, entrepreneurs, and salespeople solve their clients' needs through effective content. I fell in love with this writing practice and started beefing up my skills.
Why blog posts & case studies?
Business executives and technical experts - your target clients - love well-written blog posts and case studies because they help them solve big problems.
But great blogs and authentic case studies aren't always easy to find. Most tech experts - perhaps you - don't have the time to write, can't write well, don't have the resources to employ in-house writers, or can't optimize their content for search engines.
And that's where I come in. I can translate almost any technical subject into clear and engaging content that will help your business rank high on Google, attract leads, and make sales.
What I bring to the table
Since launching my career, I've written for several leading organizations and blogs around the world including: Raindance, the Canadian Federal Government, Arreva, Thrive Global, Hackernoon, Nuzest USA, Small Business Rainmaker, Africanwriter, Tekedia, Globat Skills and Driverbuddy.
Some of my articles have been shared on social media by technology experts like Professor Ndubuisi Ekekwe of Harvard Business Review and organizations like AFFORD UK.