By Lucky Barth, Abuja, Nigeria.
Denise Mobalaji Ajayi-Williams is an U.S.-based Nigerian novelist and writer of Children’s comic books who authored the first African superhero children’s book Akiti The Hunter also known as “King of The Forest” in the Yoruba language. Her book was selected by Barnes & Noble to be read by the author to children to mark the 2015 “Black History Month” celebration in California; and it was described as “the first time this character (AKITI) has ever been presented to the world in cartoon form, to reach younger generation and present a super hero many children of color can relate to” Ajayi-Williams has been described in Huffington Post as an “iconic woman on the rise” and was listed among the Forbes Africa’s Top 30 under 30s in 2015 She was invited to deliver a keynote speech at the inaugural ceremony of the first ever “International Day of Education” in the United Nations (UN) Headquarters in New York; and has been a regular ‘contributor’ for the Huffington Post, the Thrive Globalmagazine and the Bold Global Digital NewsAjayi-Williams is the Founder and Creative Director of the ‘WM Journal magazine’; as well as the President and Executive Director of Silicon Valley – Nigerian Economic Development (SV-NED) and the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the ‘Working Mom in 1920s’ She sits on several boards including “SV-NED Inc., the Global Connection for Women Foundation …. and Sky Clinic Connect”.
“CONGRATULATIONS 🎈🍾 MY DARLING BABY I AM SO PROUD OF YOU 👍
“May the Almighty God continue to be our Glory Amen 🙏 and Amen 🙏”.