‘Segun Adeleke is a graduate of Political Science from University of Ibadan and a holder of Diploma Certificate in Financial Reporting from Ghana. He is a journalist, poet, writer, and Executive Director of Bedrock Global Communications, a media outfit engaged in media/public relations, production of documentaries and TV contents. A former Director of Sketch Press Ltd, Ibadan, he began his journalism career in Lagos in 1984 with the Punch Newspaper. He also had a stint with Quality, Newswatch, and Tell magazines. In 1989, he won Newswatch Magazine Best Reporter of the Year. His journalism career also took him to Accra, Ghana, where he worked as Deputy Editor of the Independent Newspaper, and Editor of New Era Newspaper, owned by the late historian, Professor Adu Boahen. On his return to Nigeria in 1996, he worked as General Editor, Diet Newspaper and later as Head of Media, Tanus Communication, Ikeja, Lagos, where he was till 2002. His foray into creative writing includeA Dance of Nothingness, a collection of poems that won Valco Literary Award in Ghana in 1995, and Songs of Oreke, a cross between prose and poetry, which has now been published by Amazon.com. He was a 1986 cast of Jankariwo, a stage satire written by Ben Tomoloju, former Art Editor of the Guardian Newspaper.