Saint-Olawale Jimoh, a young Nigerian writer and founder of the Observers’ Reflections International is a trained Economist whom through his passion for writing turned into an award winning writer today.
Jimoh had his first degree in Economics from Olabisi Onabanjo University and was equally lucky to be amongst the first set of people who trained at Gateway Industrial and Petro-Gas Institute, Oni, for the much anticipated, yet defunct OKLNG project.
His professional certificates from the institute with additional certifications obtained earned him a good job at a communication and engineering company.
Jimoh had the conviction that he could do better in the writing industry, he wanted to be a famous and well-paid writer.
Jimoh is an intellectual who through sensitization projects, is committed to repositioning our society for better through writing and blogging.
Out of his tight schedules, he wrote about notable individuals, national issues in Nigerian dailies and participated in local and international writing competitions where he won great prizes.
One of his works was featured on Martin Fire ll Public Text for Paul Hamlyn Foundation of Tosca- The Royal Opera House London. In 2017, he won the distinguished John Bunyan Award for Creative Writing.
He’s today a published author, biographer and a member of the Society Of Young Nigerian Writers (SYNW), International Writers’ Association (IWA), Fellow of Rob Parnell’sWriting Academy, listed member of Commonwealth Writers and Volunteer Mentor at Writers Without Borders.
With over 300 published works credited to him including his recently launched book titled ‘Journey to Self’.
Saint-Olawale Jimoh has proven you can always achieve your dream and maximize your potential if you tenaciously aim for it no matter the field you find yourself. He says, ‘every success story speak of a combination of factors that depend solely on the person and on his/her hard work.’