I started reading books as a way of escaping the boarding school environment that was full of routines and mostly boring. To be frank, my love for stories came at a much younger age when I would sit in the kitchet listening to African folktales of Mr. Hare who was always clever and Hyenna who always acted a fool, or I would be listening to my mother or auntie reminiscing their days in the army, or talk about their childhood. My fascination and love for stories later grew into reading books, novels, motivational, biographies, historical, poetry, academic, spiritual, and more. One of my first books was Gifted Hands by Ben Carson, then later I started reading extensively and some of my favorite were the Alchemist by Paulo Coelho, The Richest man in Babylon by George Clason and The Bourne trilogy by Robert Ludlum. I am an education specialist, my work experience is in higher learning institutions and with private companies in business development sector where I worked as a trainer/consultant in more than five countries.