Abigail Anaba is a research enthusiast who writes literary fiction peppered with historical and political realities and a dash of romance. Her journalistic writings and commentaries on politics, education and women’s issues have featured in several online publications including Ynaija, TheScoopNG and NewsWireNGR. She enjoys debates on history and gender and is always ready to challenge status quo. Her debut novel SectorIV explores love and loss during the Nigeria/Biafra war. Her second book, Switching Play tackles feminism and government’s negligence of sports heroes.
Abigail is a mother of three teenage boys.
Abigail is a joy to read. She brings a rare depth of insight and wisdom to her writing, and her contributions are always well researched. Unlike armchair analysts and critics who only excel at highlighting the challenges, Abigail thinks about a solution – how things could be different and how best to make this wobbly system work. A fine journalist and thinker.
– Stanley Azuakola, TheScoopNG.com
Great job from Abigail! It’s a pleasure to work with her and I would highly recommend her – Guillaume Cossou (France)
Have enjoyed working with Abigail for a few months now. She has successfully helped me with this project and I hope to be back working with her again soon.
– William Parker (United States)
You can contact Abigail at email@example.com or through her Twitter @Anabagail