Toketemu Ohwovoriole

Toketemu Ohwovoriole

Freelance Writer, Copywriter


Women's health, Healthcare, Mental health, Birth control


University of Lagos, The Nigerian Law School



When you take care of your mind, you take care of your entire being.

— Toketemu Ohwovoriole


Toketemu Ohwovoriole has spent the last four years creating content centered around health and wellness for publications around the globe. She has been featured in The Huffington Post, Insider, Thrive Global and other major publications. Previous work delves into the mental and physical health effects of birth control, overall wellness, and sensitive women's healthcare issues.


Toketemu Ohwovoriole has a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Lagos in Lagos, Nigeria. She also holds a Bachelor of Law with Honors from The Nigerian Law School in Abuja, Nigeria.

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