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FIVE FEMALE YOUNG NIGERIAN WRITERS THAT WILL SURPRISE YOU IN THE NEXTFIVE YEARS.

(1)Nneoma Ike-N
joku is a junior at St. John’s College, Santa Fe, where she studies French, Mathematics, and Laboratory Science. Besides writing, she sculpts, paints, and does freelance editing and translating work. She is the 2015 recipient of the Awele Creative Trust Award and an alumnus of the 2016 Farafina Trust Creative Writing Workshop. In 2013, she won a Writing for Peace Young Writers Prize and was a semi-finalist for the Golden Baobab Prize. Her writing has appeared in Transition Magazine, The Kalahari Review, and the Kerber Verlag anthology, African Futures. She is currently working on a collection of short stories centred on middle-class Nigerian life.




Maureen Alikor
(2) Maureen Alikor is a graduate of English and Literature.

She loves to put down words for every thought. She believes writing is a tool for growth and that truly as the saying goes "the pen is mightier than the sword".

Her articles have appeared in blogs like ennycole.com
Deedeesblog.com
And  Nigeriareale…