Ade Ajibulu is a prolific writer, playwright, actor and television producer with his production company based in the Republic of South Africa. The tall Nigerian writer has written on various kinds of genres. After resigning as a classroom teacher in 2015, Ajibulu committed fully to writing, directing and producing, and has written and produced two low-budget films titled Guardian Angel (2012); he is also co-writer and producer of a local television drama series titled Friends and Families (2016), which was screened at the Fespaco Film Festival, Burkina Faso, 2017--the largest film and television festival in the continent. Ajibulu has also written several books, among which are The Fossils of Krumdraai, Winnie and the Kidnappers and The School Mother, and adult fiction books titled My Brother from Another Mother, a recently completed one, Mammamier, Game Liars Played and Living in UK, and a non-fiction titled Not Ever Again. He is married and has children.