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Yinlaifa Edolo is a Nigerian writer and poet who strives to tell relatable tales that reveal the underbelly of issues. She is a lover of food, music and the little things of life. She writes a private blog www.jaymarensworld.wordpress.com and looks to learn all forms of storytelling.
I'm a poet. I don't know how it does happen, but all of a sudden, strangely though, like a prophet, I come to paint heaven on earth while you journey your path through hell. I'm a little spared escape of emotion from two collided sources of pleasures, so you may call me The Droplet that quenches the desert —call me Satisfaction. I love fairies because I find life's realities for only not being their known for being challengeable and conquerable, but also intimidating and threatening that somewhat I think, threateningly and challengeably, are great forces that question a fairy life. Therefore, humanity is a race, but an unending ending race. Hey, ain't no done yet! I'm a weirdo.
Mujaheed Ameen Lilo is a teen author from Kano, Nigeria. He won the Wole Soyinka International Cultural Exchange Essay Competition 2019, and the BUK Creative Writers' Poetry Contest. He emerged First Runner-Up, Nigeria Prize for Teen Authors.
I'm Mustapha Gimba Usman,a graduate of physics Education from federal university of technology Minna, I write poetry and essays, a young philosopher, dramatist and a spoken word artist, also Author of Memoirs of a broken heart, published in 2016, a member of the Hilltop creative art Foundation.