Angel Nduka-Nwosu is a writer, journalist, editor and feminist. She is the co-founder of As Equals Africa, a media advocacy group that aims to support African Feminist writers and creatives to question sexist ideas through writing, art and media. As a feminist, she created the #SayHerNameNigeria hashtag which led to protests in four Nigerian cities, Ghana and England condemning the rape and harassment of women by the Nigerian police in Abuja. As a writer, she runs a blog called As Angel Was Sayin’ where she writes on topics such as gender roles and the ills of sexism. She also hosts a feminist podcast show called The Highly Disobedients which encourages Nigerian women to rethink sexist traditions. She also dedicates her time on her social media platforms to speak against rape seen in universities and moderated anonymous support groups of women dealing with campus sexual assault for the British Broadcasting Corporation.