“Don’t take up too many jobs than you can handle; you don’t want to ruin your credibility by disappointing your clients” – Lynda Omerekpe

Heyy freelancers! It is another exciting time on our interview session! We had the privilege of speaking with Lynda Omerekpe; a writer, social media consultant, and digital expert. She dished out some very important writing and freelancing tips! Enjoy our interview with her. 1. How long have you been writing? I’ve been writing since I was 10years,…

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“Do not send out substandard work.” – Mimi Osakwe

Heyyy Freelancers! Here is another exciting interview we are bringing to you. We had the privilege of speaking with Mimi Osakwe. Mimi (Miriam) Osakwe is a Nigerian/British PR, Communications & Events Professional, Writer and Lifestyle Blogger. She is also a huge foodie, she loves travelling, She is an amateur photographer, an avid reader and a…

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“Stretch your limits, but don’t promise what you cannot deliver” – Olamide Aturu

Olamide Aturu, who likes to call herself Pietrina is a part shrink and part Hr Practitioner. She loves to write, in fact, she once told someone that she has no idea where her mind goes to when she writes, but wherever that is, she is grateful.  Olamide sees writing as a means to create, excite, and build…

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“Don’t go into freelancing when it is not your calling” – Tamaratokoni Okpewho

Hello, freelancers! Here is another interview session and today we had the privilege of speaking with Tamaratokoni Okpewho, and she gave us insights into her career journey as a Computer scientist and a writer! Enjoy our interview with her. Princess Tamaratokoni Okpewho; also known as Toks David is an indigene of Delta state. She’s a writer…

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Don’t be scared of putting yourself out there – Adebisi Adewusi

Adebisi Adewusi is a freelance writer and photographer. While she writes on various issues, she is particularly interested in issues relating to gender, feminism and social justice. Her writings have appeared in The Huffington Post, SheLeadsAfrica, Circumspecte, Okay Player and Okay Africa. She is a permanent writer at African Feminism and blogs weekly on issues…

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Your writing skills will only improve when you write more. You use, you grow it, you don’t, you lose it – Tracy Oyekanmi

Tracy Oyekanmi is a Communications specialist who is changing the way we see communication in Nigeria. She is an industry expert in the area of communications and she has given us, freelancers, valuable tips on how to make our communication and networking better! You don’t want to miss this, enjoy this interview! Can you introduce…

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