Enoch Ojotisa was born in Ibadan, Oyo state of Nigeria. He schooled in Nigeria and Rep du Benin for both his Basic primary education and Secondary education respectively. He studied at the prestigious Obafemi Awolowo University, where he bagged a law degree in the year 2012. He was called to the Nigerian Bar in the year 2013. He got his LL.M in the field of International Human Rights Law from Griffith College Dublin. His unrelenting drive to have a platform for Africans, started way back in his secondary school when he was the editor in chief of the Press Club; and described as an African minded person. And this same quest of African platform drove him to align with the Pan-African Socialist youth wing of Progressive Students’ Agenda, Education Rights’ Campaign and the Students’ Union of Great Ife. He authored an anthology of poetry titled, “Commoner’s Speech” in the year 2011 which was published by a Nigerian publication company. And in the year 2014, the book was republished by a United Kingdom based press. He has his works published on several online electronic platforms and in print. This same burning African passion to have an African owned industry like Marcus Garvey is what has led to the establishment of Akewi Arts House. Presently, he lives as a writer, lawyer and as an African revolutionary.