From Banking to Freelancing: Meet Tom Mwiraria; the Prolific Kenyan Freelancer

Tom Mwiraria is a pen and paper wielding Kenyan and Pan-Africanist, passionate about a peaceful, healthy, democratic and prosperous Africa. Additionally, He is a lover of humanity, folklore, wildlife and heartlands. Currently, He is an affiliate member of Writers Guild of Kenya; Short story writer at Kasoma Africa, Freelance Writer at Optlinx Writers (Founded in 2011),…

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I HAVE WRITTEN 60,000 WORDS AND COUNTING, AND HERE IS WHAT I HAVE LEARNT

This is a Guest Post by  Ekene Noel EZIAGULU   The following article will chronicle my ongoing experiences as a part-time freelancer, and dwell on my engagements as a Content generator (Content Writer). It has been ten months of submitting articles, meeting some deadlines as well as missing others, arguments with clients and negotiating for…

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“Your message must not be lost. If your work loses its message, it is a mess.” – Oluwatomiwo Akinyemi

This interview has a truckload of nuggets for every freelancer! Speaking with Oluwas tomiwo Akinyemi was an experience in itself! Akinyemi Oluwatomiwo Iyanuoluwa is a Nigerian from the southwestern part of Ondo State.  He majored in English and literary studies at Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko. He is passionate about the performing arts and this…

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