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Meet Young Nigerian Author and Entrepreneur, Kingsley Iweka

Iweka Kingsley is a Creative Writer and has vast experience in Content Development, Content Marketing and Media Consultancy. He is a Social Media Expert and Creative Content Provider. He has worked with many top ranking platforms (print and online), and manages a platform (Africa-ontherise) that delivers only positive and progressive news about Africa. He is passionate about positive change for Nigeria and Africa, and this reflects in his writing as he promotes the message of hope despite the many issues facing this part of the world.

DAPPLED THINGS is his first full work of fiction to be published. It is published by Partridge Publishing in India, a Penguin Company. The book with its amazing print quality has one hundred and thirty-five pages (135) and is printed by AuthorHouse Solutions in the United States of America. He is currently working on his second book, a collection of short stories titled 'SOME MORE THAN OTHERS' to be published in 2014. You can read more from the Author on #IAmScopeman

His career as a writer began in April 2010 when he was selected to be part of the first ever Future Awards Young Writers Network Creative Classes. Since then, he has gone on to write and feature in many publications, literary and otherwise.

AFRICA-ONTHERISE (www.africa-ontherise.com) represents the new generation of Africans that are young, passionate and highly exposed to information and updates at the speed of a click. It comprises of two elements: an online blog that shares only positive and progressive news about Africa and this consequently feeds the second element which is a group of young, creative Africans making good things happen for themselves and their communities. The blog feeds the young creative(s) with inspiration and positive conversations.
One of the very effective ways to emphasize hope in Africa is to alter the conversations of its people. If there is a good dose of positive and progressive news and stories being administered to as many Africans, then it would not be so hard to spread the message of hope that will inspire a better continent.
The platform is the product of an idea born of extended and intense faith and passion for a continent that has been held back by ignorance and despair.
Its core objective is to inspire hope and courage by monitoring and sharing progressive and positive news, stories, interviews and events from across Africa and Africans in diaspora.

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