Toluwanimi Babarinde

Toluwanimi Babarinde is a visual storyteller and missionary creative. He trained as a physician, and a public health specialist, and coordinates large health interventions in the United States. He founded Householder Publishing LLC to amplify fresh African voices and use creative tools to tell transformative stories that delight, inspire, and empower the young and the young at heart. He has written Snippets: Behind the Scenes, Joyride, and Donut: Secrets to a fulfilled Life. He lives in Henderson, Nevada.

Bunmi Oke

Bunmi lives for writing, even while he isn’t writing for a living. A believer in brevity and the existence of everyday events as still images, he scribbles SnapShorts, an endless series of vignettes. Gleaning insight from experience, personal or borrowed, he inks Little Child, daily distillable wisdom his imaginary younger self could navigate life with. He lends his full backing to Householder/Glory Roads’ quest of the written word, presenting faith, fiction, and the ‘African experience.

Toluwanimi Babarinde

Samuel Osho is a writer and an Operations professional. He started writing actively 14 years ago as an undergraduate student at the University of Ibadan; he has created a library of stories and articles that you can find on TheCable, Sahara Reporters, and YNaija amongst many others. He leads a team of editors and creatives at Kreative Diadem, a digital platform that creates visibility for young African writers in the literary space. He also has a personal blog where he frequently shares his thoughts on writing, creative work, life, and personal development. You can find him on social media via @iamsamosho.

Abimbola Olorode

Abimbola Olorode (BSc. Arch, MSc. Arch, MLA) is a Nigerian-American architect and landscape designer, who has spent the last 5 years designing and managing residential and commercial landscape projects. Now working as a landscape designer, she hopes to create functional spaces that cater to communities and preserves the environment. Abimbola is passionate about people, mental wellness, and creativity. She lends her unique voice to various audio storytelling projects and is co-host of the Tiny Drops, Mighty Oceans podcast on which she explores everyday questions that others may be reluctant to ask. She is excited about legos and loves to brainstorm and connect ideas and is always looking forward to the next creative project.

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