SURVIVING N THRIVING; A NEW COLUMN ON SINGLE MOTHERHOOD
Surviving n Thriving is the latest column in hoo!haa!! Newspapers and is dedicated to addressing the challenges of Single Motherhood.
The columnist is none other than Princess Sarah Akpu who brings the originality of her own life’s experience and incisiveness into the issue which hitherto has not been given the seriousness it deserves by the society.
Sarah is the CEO and Founder of Kreative Kulture Writers Academy, an online writing college and the pencrafters and influencers Network society, The Pins, an online writing group for budding writers and entrepreneurs. Her mission is simple to change the world through creative writing with a vision of raising great writers and creating authors whilst giving their brand and businesses visibility.
Sarah is a book writing consultant, publisher and CEO of Kreative Kulture Books Publishing, Africa, a subsidiary of Kreative Kulture Writers Academy, whuch is committed to see that more young authors are raised. Sarah has given budding authors a platform to publish, be seen and heard through her affordable print on demand services and Amazon kdp publishing.
Kreative Kulture Writers Academy has trained over 2000 writers since her inception in 2018.
In line with hoo!haa!! Newspapers’ vision of speaking bold truths in the promotion of Black Kind (Original/Black Africans); Sarah , a celebrated author, gender rights advocate and entrepreneur joins the ranks of our other celebrated columnists.
These others in order of inception of their columns, from the latest to the earliest include Prince Justice Jadesola Faloye who authors Original Africans that deals with the unity of Yorubas, Igbos and other Original Africans with a novel approach.
Prince Justice is the President of ASHE (African Socio-cultural Harmony and Enlightenment) Foundation led by Ooni of Ife, Obi of Onitsha, Attah of Igala, Aku Uka of Wukari, Amanyanabo of Opobo among others.
He is also an Afenifere chieftain and an apostle of Igbo-Yoruba fraternity and Original Africanism, which like a hermit, he has traversed Nigeria and the world’s continents in evangelism.
Igwe Patrick Afubera authors Aluta Gospel which dwells on utilizing students unionism as a school for grooming undergraduates as leaders.
As an alutarized comrade himself, Igwe Patrick or Igwe Gbaga, as he was known in his heydays, was the President of the Students Union Government (SUG) of Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Anambra State, who in his bid to protect the students’ rights was removed from office, expelled and eventually had his expulsion nullified by a law court.
From the bounty of his experience, he advises today’s students union leaders on how best to balance academics and activism so as to “survive the battles with minimal injuries”.
Odogwu Dr Tony Nwankwo Nwaezeigwe (Odogwu IgboỤzọ) authors Odogwu’s Den which focuses on Odogwu’s crusade against jihadists, the Deep State and enemies of Ndigbo. This has led to his fleeing for his life from his duty post as Director, Centre for Igbo Studies, (CIS), University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN), Enugu State into exile overseas, from one continent to the other while as Odogwu Igbo (Igbo Generalissimo), he keeps firing fusilades at his people’s enemies.