Our author of the week, Nathan Haddish Mogos, was born in 1982 to Eritrean parents in the city of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. He attended the acclaimed Boy’s Catholic School up until tenth grade when the border war broke out between Eritrea and Ethiopia in 1998. His family was deported and settled in the city of Asmara where Nathan went on to attend college at the University of Asmara. Eventually, he sought asylum and resettled in Norway in 2009.
Our featured author, Christopher Zacharia Lameck, was born and raised in Tanzania. He currently lives in the Czech Republic, where he is the financial manager of Občanské sdružení Bez mámy. He is also the Chairman of Without Mother (Tanzania)
Our author of the week is Tony Osborg, who is currently an undergraduate student of the University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria. He recently released his first book, ‘Can Nigeria Bake Her Own Bread?’
Edward Lubega is the author of Sex and Relationships: A Brief Manual for Better Sexual Life and Health. A former airline executive, he became a healthworker and for many years, he worked in the United Kingdom as a Health Promotion Specialist, focusing on HIV and sexual health.
Tonwapiri Anthony grew up in Nigeria. For a greater part of his adult life, he studied and worked in the United Kingdom. He currently works in the banking industry and I am also a published author.
Amaka Lily was born in Michigan, USA and grew up in Warri and Lagos in Nigeria. She attended boarding school at Federal Government Girls’ College Onitsha. Amaka currently lives in New Jersey, USA.
Masimba Musodza was born in Zimbabwe in 1976 and moved to the United Kingdom in 2002, where he has lived ever since. He is based in the North East England town of Middlesbrough. He is a full time writer, but also dabbles in a bit of acting too.
Marricke Kofi Gane is our author of the week. Born in Liberia to Ghanaian and Togolese parents, he spent his early childhood in Nigeria and his youthful days in Ghana. Since then, he has worked as an International Development expert traveling throughout Africa.
My name is Nnaziri Ihejirika. I was born in Milan, Italy to Nigerian parents and spent the majority of my formative years living in Lagos, Nigeria. When I was sixteen, my parents relocated to Canada and I completed high school in Toronto. Despite my love of literature and the social sciences, I decided to follow the left side of my brain, as it were, and study Engineering at the University of Toronto. I currently live and work in Western Canada as a Petroleum-based engineer, but I have never lost my interest in African socio-political development.
My name is Aggrey Sambay. I am the last born of eleven siblings born to my loving parents, Mrs. Mary Sambay and Mr. Livingstone Sambay. I was born and raised in a small town called Bomet located in the southwest part of Kenya. I relocated to Toronto, Canada in 2008. I studied at York University. […]