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AMMAL, WRITER, SOMALI- KENYAN

I am very lucky to be friends with phenomenal African women and I constantly come in contact with many. I have always been intrigued by what makes people who they are and what decisions lead them to where they currently are and how their identity - in this case, as African women contributed to that. In this series, I explore this. 

This week I am in conversation with Ammal, a writer whose inspiration stems from personal experiences and captivates readers by the rawness of her work. 


For those who don’t know you, could you please introduce yourself?My name is Ammal I’m a 20-year-old uni student. I’m Somali ethnically and Kenyan nationally, but I study and currently live in the UK!
Would you consider yourself creative? If so how do you express it and what fuels it? I would consider myself a creative! I have been into writing pretty much all of my life, filling out countless journals with my thoughts, doodles and think pieces. I express myself through different forms of writing, sometime…

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