I saw this twitter handle – @AfroBloggers on my timeline and was excited to follow them because it creates an opportunity for me, as a blogger, to hear stories of other bloggers in Africa, and connect with them. It got more exciting with the Wednesday Poetry Night, and the regular hosting of bloggers on the account to tell their stories.
I first discovered @AfroBloggers when Naa Takia tagged me in one of their tweets. I loved the account immediately. I get to exchange tweets with Bloggers all over Africa.
Words cannot explain the depth of my appreciation. Your love and passion for African bloggers makes me want to do more for the blogging community. You made the beginning my blogging journey easy and hard at the same time, but above all fun and eye-opening. You made me discover other great bloggers across Africa who are doing the most, thank you!
Thank you, for creating this wonderful platform for African writers and bloggers to find one another and connect the way we do. I never considered or appreciated much of the blogging space on the continent until I came across your feed.
The beauty of Afrobloggers is in the diversity, it’s a place you can belong and still be individual in a community of kindred folk.