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Chiedu Ifeozo was born in Lagos and his family is originally from Ubulu-uku in Delta state. He completed his secondary school education at Kings College Lagos, and graduated with a master’s degree in Electronics Engineering from the University of Surrey, England. Today, He is still a keen Engineer and has continued to develop his knowledge of Information systems, networks and devices. He has always had an appreciation for the arts from an early age, and he began by drawing comic books and illustrations. Reading and writing became a passion in his teenage years, drawing inspiration from events in his daily life as well as in his society. He self-published his first collection of poetry titled "Thoughts on a page", in 2008, and most of his work follows a spoken word style of writing which focuses mainly on topics such as politics, social commentary, youth empowerment, inspirational poetry and romance. In 2009, using the profit generated from the sale of his first book, he financed, edited and printed an anthology titled poetry for charity. The contributors to the anthology were gathered from many diverse countries using facebook’s social networking platform and the project raised funds for charities such as, “These Genes”, which focuses on the welfare of individuals affected by sickle cell, and “WLFF: with love from friends”, a charity that provides books and reading materials for students in under developed schools. He has used social networking tools such as facebook, twitter, youtube and scribd, to create an extensive platform for his writing and has contributed to ladybrille.com, bellanaija.com, switchedonnaija.com, and jamati.com. His poetry collection was reviewed positively by next newspaper, Nigeria, and his poems have been featured on Badalisha poetry radio, SouthAfrica, Jamati online, Kenya, poetry digest magazine, Nigeria and “how far(cupids edition)” by switchedonnaija. He has received special mention in the Nigerian tribune newspaper for his contribution to charitable endeavours, and has been interviewed by Nigerian newspapers, the guardian and Next. He is currently a member of the review panel for Bellanaija's book review section and works as a technical services manager for an IT company in Lagos.