My name is Godswill Okokon, I am a Software Engineer from Nigeria. I was born and currently stay in Nigeria. I spent most part of my life in a city called Calabar. I recently move to the Federal Capital.
When I am not solving problems or building software, you’d catch me watching war-related documentaries, anime, mystery and Sci-fi movies.
I’m big on growth and as such, I’m actively learning and engaged with friends and the community. I am also co-organizing the React Native Nigeria community as giving back to the community has always been in my heart.
I am what some call a #teacherprenuer. I left an 18 year teaching career to start my business nearly 5 years ago. I love hats (and wear many of them — both literally and figuratively). I’m a deep-feeling, water-loving, mermaid at heart (thus the play on my biz name, Deeply Creative) who loves playing with words, inspiring others, creating and making things look pretty!
I also love to travel and explore new places!
I am a free person, who lives in cafes, libraries, coworking spaces, agencies and couches working as a “Copywriter”. In my spare time you will see me on the streets biking, reading, writing, or photographing. I like listening to old music, watching independent bands, watching classic movies and going to the theater. I love hosting friends in my home, having inspirational ideas, and connecting with nature.
I was born and raised in Puerto Rico 🇵🇷. I’ve always been fascinated by technologies since an early age. I did a lot of programing in Basic with a TRS-80 Radio Shack computer 💻. I also spend a lot of time outdoors as a Boy Scout ⚜ and making it to Eagle Scut.
I live in Abuja, the capital of Nigeria.
I’m a part-time copywriter at (arguably the most amazing remote recruitment agency in the world), Athyna.
I am a hardworking husband and father to two wonderful kids. Usually, if I am not working hard, I love watching shows on Netflix with my wife, or adventures looking for good food (especially in Malaysia!). I am a guinea pig to my wife’s baking and cooking (which lucky me, it turns out really good!).
I try to be a good example to my 17-year-old daughter by telling her if she does not understand anything, find Mr Google! 😀 I do my best for my 14-year-old son by supporting him with his intention of being king of Fortnite and Minecraft!