Aderohunmu Abdulrokeeb is an undergraduate at the University of Ibadan. He's a poet who writes mostly about family issues and partly about the world's grief.
He's working towards being the best of himself and, at the same time, assisting young poets willing to be on the path.
His works have been published in Kalahari Review, Kalonopia Magazine, commune writers, voice lux journal, Roi Faineant, and elsewhere.
He hopes to pursue an MFA in poetry, and his dream magazines are New Yorker, poetry column, Lumiere review, and 20. 35 anthology.
He loves the presence of little children and hopes to become a philanthropist in the near future.