Ezekiel Fajenyo is a Nigerian poet, novelist, literary critic, biographer and short story writer. He has performed over the years as a media consultant, public affairs analyst and popular columnist with over 2000 newspapers and magazines articles to his credit. He has authored over 16 books among which are Night of the Godmothers (1990), The Bandaged Candles (1994), The Writings of Abubakar Gimba (1995), Golden Footprints of the Mandarin (2002), and he contributed to Dancesteps of Dawn (1997), For Ken, For Nigeria (1995), Gems out of Africa (1998), Abuja Acolytes : An Anthology of Poems (2000) and The Matyr of Nigerian Democracy (2001). He has just completed work on some Nigerian writers, namely Wale Okediran, B.M Dzukogi, Abubakar Gimba and May Nwoye. He is a member of the Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA), Social Engineering Research Initiative (SERI), African Educational Foundation, Committee for the Propagation of Arts (CPA) and Global Foundation for Enhancement of Culture and Environment. He loves reading, writing and photography.
Sunday Patrick is a journalist, writer, biographer, hagiographer and public policy analyst. He graduated from the University of Ibadan, Ibadan, with B.Sc(Political Science) and later obtained M.Tech (Educational Technology) from the Federal University of Technology, Minna, Niger State. An experienced journalist, he was the editor of Niger State Print Media (Newsline). Some of his published works include U.K Bello. Patriot as Hero (1991), Military Rule and Legitimacy Engineering (1989), and Fundamentals Of Educational Technology (2002). He haswritten over 1000 articles published in newspapers and magazines. Some of his articles published in academic journals are “The Effects Of Visual Aids and Tactile Stimuli on the Teaching and Learning of English in selected Secondary Schools in Bosso Local Government Area of Niger State”, “Broadcast Media and the Nigerian Educational System” and “Innovative Instructional Strategies”. He is a member of Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), National Association of Educational Media and Technology (NAEMT) and Fellow Social Engineering Research Initiative (SERI). His hobbies include reading and playing chess.