Ochuko Tonukari @ochukoOchuko Tonukari (born February 9, 1980) is a Nigerian journalist, digital publisher, poet and short story writer. His stories are known for their nostalgic themes, vivid dialogue, and richly detailed characters. Back in his native Urhoboland, Ochuko is known as a narrative historian, especially as he emphasized popular facets of Urhobo history and culture using features of colorful characters and historical vignettes, in addition to his use of basic plots, dates, and analyses. Despite the fact that his works are well researched and supported by footnotes, they are not generally presented in a rigorous academic style. He was formally a reporter with the Urhobo Voice Newspaper, where he still writes weekly on issues bordering on Urhobo culture and historiography. Ochuko Tonukari is a strong advocate of the open access publishing. He got his first and second degrees from Delta State University, where he studied librarianship. He is presently the Senior Strategy Officer of International Scholars Journals Ltd., a rapidly growing scientific publisher of 300 + peer-reviewed open access journals covering a wide range of academic disciplines.
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