I am Oladele Abigail. I was named so many names so I believe I should be called more than one name, so some call me Abigail, while some call me Pelumi and some, Tijesuni. I am a young graduate of Economics from Bowen University. Economics, to me is life as it is relatable to life itself, though it comes with a lot of thinking and some skills.
I believe that every second of life lived isn’t about me but for others and therefore I should leave a blueprint anywhere I find myself irrespective of how young I think I am. To me, writing is one of the many ways I can leave my mark and give back to the society.
My writing journey started during my secondary school days where I wrote jokes that were not funny, stories that will make you ask for the next chapter, riddles that you know the answer to, tongue twisters that will make you bite your tongue and quotes that will leave you thinking and then, give it to others to read. Little did I know, that was a gift I had and needed to develop. I discovered that I could link this passion of mine to my career path after my internship with Financial Derivatives Company in Lagos.
I joined the Woven words Team and started writing on economic issues in Nigeria. Considering my interest in politics and law, I hope to leverage my passion of writing to these aspects too. I am a member of the Association of Accountants in West-Africa and a soon to be chartered accountant.
I love music a lot, it helps a lot when I am tensed or not in the right mood. I sing too, everyone can sing tho’… I am an unashamed lover of Jesus and I’m clearly living my purpose in Him.
I’m opportune to lead an initiative named the Proverbial Lady Initiative which is aimed at teaching young ladies self-worth, sex education, and empowering them. I can be very shy but very fun to be with.
I’m currently serving my Father’s land in Radix Capital Partners Limited in Lagos and opportune to be in the Education Community Development Service where I’m serving as the Assistant Project Director.