Dawodu Oluwaseyifunmi is a young writer of Yoruba descent with poetry as her forte. She is a lover of art, culture and African heritage.
A lover of words and weaver of words, she believes in telling the African story in the most relatable way, harnessing the power of creativity and authenticity in enunciating her originality.
To build her skill set, she has taken the Spring Literary Movement’s Mentorship Programme on Poetry, the Christian Literary Hub’s master class on Poetry, Unbox the hub's class on copywriting.
She is a lawyer in training, a freelance writer and an editor. You would find her reading a book or good poetry at leisure.