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AYO AYOOLA-AMALE
Nacionalidad:
Nigeria
E-mail:
aayoamale@gmail.com
Pertenece a la Directiva
Biografia

AYO AYOOLA-AMALE

Vicepresidenta de Poetas del Mundo - África

AYO AYOOLA-AMALE esq. She is a Poet, Educator, Lawyer, Peace Builder, Writer and Public Speaker. Ayo holds an LLB, BL, and two Master of Law Certificates ( LLM), Certificate in NGO Management, several local and International certificates in Creative writing, has attended various local, national and International workshops and seminars in creative writing and presentation. She is a Senior Lecturer at Ghana Technology University College, Accra . She was a Senior Lecturer & Head of Department of Law, Faculty of Law, Kings University College Accra, Ghana. Ayo has over fifteen years of Legal practice in reputable Law firms and over thirteen years as a Law Lecturer in Business Law, Commercial Law and Practice, Company Law, Intellectual Property Law, Principles of Law etc in Nigeria and Ghana.

She was the Head of the Commercial Law department of  Bayo Ayorinde and Co, Legal Practitioners, Moloney street, Lagos. Ayo was a Partner at Ayo, Ajibulu and Co, Legal Practitioners and Notaries, Unity road, Ikeja, Lagos.

A Commercial and Business Law Consultant. Ayo has presented papers at various local and International conferences on intellectual property law, Business Law & Commercial Law & practice, Peace Education, ADR etc.

She is the Founder and President Splendors of Dawn Poetry Foundation, Accra, Ghana and Nigeria.

Ayo believes  life is a gift that should be shared with others. She has touched many lives as an Educator, advocate for positive change and humanitarian. She has put smiles on the downtrodden, the less privileged in the society.  Through her Foundation, She has humanitarian projects known as The Sun Educational Project for Schools, The Light Project for charity and counseling and The Splendors Performance Poetry Team from the Basic level to Tertiary level. These projects have greatly impacted on the lives of many children and youths in the society.

She is the President, Women International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) Ghana section, the Co-founder and Director of West Africa Poetry Prize, the President Global Harmony Association, Africa, the Vice-President, Global Harmony Association and the Vice-President Movimiento Poetas del Mundo (Poets of the World). 

The Ex-CEO of Pearl- Allied Group of Companies in Nigeria 

Ayo is the Honourable Global Mediator, World Mediation Organization, Berlin and the Muse of Poetic Harmony for Africa, the Global Harmony Association Ambassador for Harmony, the Ambassador for Peace Universal Peace Federation Int’l, and Ambassador for Love, the Love foundation U.K.

 She serves on the Central Advisory Committee of the Existential Harmony & Interdisciplinary Research Project and World Conference 2015 and an Executive member of the poetry school project of the World Poetry Movement.

 She is the  National Secretary, Coalition of NGOs Associated with UN-DPI Ghana, the Legal Adviser, Ghana Federation of the Disabled. A voluntary service she renders for humanity and was the Legal Advisor of Ghana Association of Writers.

Ayo  has several volumes of poems for Adults and children, a play and two books,  she is the CEO of Heritage & On the Pathway Series- Every Child’s fables, Poems, Nursery Rhymes and Plays and has performed, recited her poems at local, national, and international platforms, events/ functions, and festivals.

 

AFRICA

Africa; the land of the great sunrise.

We taste a culture dug in gold.

Not all united upon our ancestry. 

Our land- births, humanity to a root in Africa.

To the same tune our waists drums for us to dance.                                                       

 

Africa; gave us all that nature gives. 

Wider than the sky. We all met her.

Diverse. Saddened by age. Stretching in an unending rainbow.

In a hut the children sing falsely.

 

Africa; told us the truth and our lips opened in the harmattan

War has no eyes.  A thing we know. A thing we know not.  

To grow like a baobab tree, we saw porridge go into the gourd.

The masters were serving grilled fish to all.  We paused before we passed. 

 

Africa; a place of beauty for centuries but never for a day.

Her invigorating magnificent mountains are unending.

A oneness. A wholeness. In a graveyard of treasures.

We saw green palm trees. Then we saw a worm.

We spoke with ourselves.

 

 

Haiku

Africa 54

Black is so black:  

The spring of life holds out its fire

And the dawn bursts were we sprung.                                                                                                                   

 

Haiku

Nigeria 36

 

Beyond the green blossoms,

Behold the white blooms

And the green bliss unfolds its wings.

 

 

 

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