Meet Whyke Voices

Meet Whyke Voices

This article contains Whyke Voices – writers that have being signed into the label.

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Whyke Voices


Sanusi Emmanuel Is One Of Whyke Voice
Sanusi Emmanuel

“I am Emmanuel” as fondly called, who also calls himself “The Poet From The Other Side” is a young African page and oral poet, writer, essayist, actor and a spoken words artist who preaches his gospel to primarily Africans to embrace their colour and be proud of their nature, Black. A Nigerian by Nationality.


Hadijat a Nigerian. Currently a law student at the prestigious Obafemi Awolowo University. She is member of the Magna Curia Chambers and Navigator Communication Agency. Hadijat is a liberal optimist, leaving a margin for realism. Started off into the world of literature 10 years ago. Specialized in article writing, poetry, plays (specifically on centuries before the 1900’s), fictions and non fictions with the pen name, (K)Hadijat.


Akuvi is a Ghanaian budding writer, blogger and spoken word artiste who seeks to communicate her thoughts and ideas with the world through writing poems articles and sometimes prose. She’s currently a student of Catholic Institute of Business and technology.


Njirimanh is a social conscious Kenyan poet whose poems mirrors the society. Started writing some eight (8) years ago and to him, poetry is a shaft of light that transforms the society positively.


NDLOVU is a 16 year old poet who lives in Zimbabwe. Started writing in the early shores of 2017 and has so far, been featured in 3 anthologies. The belief that people sometimes fail to understand what others feel and her undying urge to express herself spurred her towards poetry. She enjoys being called, POETKHU.


Brenda Martha is one of Whyke Voices
Brenda Martha

Martha’s participation in the recent poetry contest organized by Whyke Anthology in which she displayed much dexterity in her use of words, although wasn’t crowned the winner, led her to being given the honor of becoming a voice of Whyke Anthology. She is Kenyan by birth and currently a student at Kisii University-Kenya. Her love for words started at an early age as her parents provided her books. She got intrigued by how easy it became too express herself through words. Her first writing was done when she was in form 3 and since then her pen has never run out of ink.


Ogundeji Theophilus is also one of Whyke Voices with the pen name Afrophilus. He is a Nigerian who started writing since childhood, but ventured fully into professional poetry in 2016. Draws inspiration from anything, but most especially from love. Afrophilus means “Africa’s lover”.


Jeremy Karn is one of Whyke Voices
Jeremy Karn

Karn is a Liberian and second year university student who started writing poetry 3 years ago. He’s participated in several local poetry competitions amongst which is the Smile Liberia’s poetry competition-2016. He writes basically about his African experiences.


Bill Ivans Gbafore is one of Whyke Voices
Bill Ivans Gbafore

Known as; “a warrior of words”, Bill Ivans Gbafore is a young Liberian poet who harness the power of words and tame the might of metaphors; he blend strong imagery with highly elaborate conceits and write on eminent themes of love, death, and religious faith which are of the conceptual truth. Going beyond bounds, his works present the society, humanity, feminism, and all sorts as overarching themes.


Solomon Temitope is one of Whyke Voices
Solomon Temitope

Temitope Solomon is a Nigerian, and currently an undergraduate of University Of Lagos, Nigeria. He believes in the power of the pen to integrate the society and the position of the future. Temitope is a lover and political analyst, and sometimes writes poetry too. He is the most recently signed writer amongst Whyke Voices.