Ibrahim Sheme is a bilingual Nigerian writer, journalist, filmmaker,publisher and public servant. He is proficient in writing in both English and Hausa languages.

He was born in 1968 in Faskari Local Government Area of Katsina State. He was educated at Government College, Kaduna, and Bayero University, Kano, where he obtained a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication. On graduation, he received the prizes for both the best graduating student in his department and the best graduating student in the university. He obtained a master’s degree in Communication Studies from Cardiff University in the United Kingdom.

Blogs &


A selection of my personal views and insights on issues across the years.
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Here is a small selection of some sayings that always come to him. Coincidentally, they are in the three languages that his tongue uses every day.

News & Events

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News from Workplace

What the Open University wants you to know.

Dear Diary...

These are Ibrahim Sheme"s own news vibes that we care to share.

Other News & Views

It's all about others. Well, maybe not.


Sheme has written some literary works in English and Hausa. At least two of his books have won national competitions in Nigeria. He also did some book publishing business under the outfit, Informart, helping a number of writers to have their voices heard on the creative scene.


The Malam's Potion & Other Stories

A selection of stories covering rural and urban life with devastating consequences.


Or The Doll. A novel in which the protagonist leads a wayward living in several towns and returns home to regret her actions.

Kifin Rijiya

A novel, in Hausa, tells the fantasy story of an adventurous young man who travels the world where he fought battles and ends up being an Islamic teacher

Shata Ikon Allah!

The official biography of Alhaji Mamman Shata Katsina, the leading musician in Hausa land who died in 1999.

Book Publishing

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Avoid Contact with People

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Contaminated Objects

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Contaminated Objects

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