Rachael Wanogho is a short story writer, a poet and a blogger. On her blog, she enjoys discussing fashion, issues relating to life and living, and human emotions through stories. Rachael has had several work experiences in script writing. While at the University of Benin where she majored in Mass Communication and Media Studies, she handled script writing tasks for radio, television, film and documentary productions that were used during live interviews, talk shows, speeches and as drama scripts. She also directed a movie titled “Wolves in Sheep's Clothing”.
In 2013, she interned at Vibes 97.3, and she scripted a radio drama series in Nigerian Pidgin titled ‘MAMA PUT,’ one that received a number of positive feedbacks.
In 2014, Rachael worked with Flies Magazine as an Editorial Secretary and was responsible for transcription of interviews and collating articles for publication.
Recently, she attended a networking event titled; The African Writers Meet organised by an organization called The African Writers in Nigeria. Through this networking event, she had the opportunity to be mentored by Adedoyin Jaiyesimi, Tunde Leye, Elsie Godwin, and Olumide Holloway. In January 2018, Rachael also participated in the first cohort of the SprinNG Fellowship and she was mentored by Oyindamola Shoola.
Her goal for writing is to use words to change the perspective of readers all over the world.
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