Christiana Egbata is a creative writer with prose as her forte. She finds stories and tells them because she believes in the power stories have to inform, transform, and preserve powerful history.
Passionate about themes bordering on love, injustice, and religious hypocrisy, she writes to reveal the realities of Nigerians in their daily strive for survival to promote humanity. She insists in her writings that humanity is a strong moral force that is greater than any religion; as with humanity, we can curb the excesses of religion.
She holds a degree in English language and Literature from Imo State University. She currently teaches and freelance as a content creator and editor, helping brands tell their amazing stories.
She hails from Cross River State and reads indiscriminately with a special flair for the works of John Grisham and Ben Okiri. Aside from reading and writing, Christiana enjoys baking and singing as well.