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History of Timsmek

The name, Timsmek was first used in Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria on 16th July, 2013. Then it was Timsmek Technologies. The services then were computer system supplies, networking, training and printing of event cards and posters.

Timothy Chukwuemka Onyebuchi, the founder of Timsmek Global Publishers, later, in January 2014, moved to Port Harcourt for his tertiary education at University of Port Harcourt (Uniport) and continued with the name Timsmek. He rendered graphic design services part time and offered online registration forms processing services for his fellow students. The graphics he designed he called Timsmek Graphics and the online forms processing he called Timsmek Solutions.

As he continued his part time entrepreneurial endeavour while schooling in Uniport, he won the trust and loyalty of many of his coursemates and some lecturers. When he graduated in 2018 with a CGPA of 4.43 on a 5.0 scale, he began the process of registering Timsmek Global Publishers.
The initiative and burden for an online publishing company came upon him when he found it difficult reading good materials from African writers online. For instance, most of the written works found online, that were written on Africa, were negative and untrue – especially those articles on the history or culture of Africa. He resolved to publish African creative and intellectual writers, make their works available on the globe so scholars can readily access. The story of a people can best be told by the people in the story.

On January 14, 2019, Timsmek Global Publishers got registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission of Nigeria as an enterprise and was assigned Business Number 276141.

Timothy met some select friends of his who love reading and writing, love to acquire and share new knowledge and they agreed to work together to render excellent services at reviewing and selecting of materials for publications.

Our Mission

To be the leading print and web publishing house in Africa by engaging the best hands and equipment, staying true to everyone.

Our Vission

To be the publishers that will be mentioned when a great work is about to be published, offering irresistible reviews and excellent language polishings.

Meet Our Editors

Below are some of the members of our Editorial Team who critically review works before they are published or sent to the authors.


Faith Uzezioghene Umukoro

Faith Uzezioghene Umukoro won the Dean’s Prize for Best Graduating Student in Geography and Environmental Management, University of Port Harcourt, in 2019. She finished with a First Class and emerged the top performer of the Faculty’s Class of 2017. She was featured in a TedX talk same year. In 2018, she presented academic papers at the FOSS4G Conference in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. She organized a Spelling Competition for Primary School Students in Taraba State during her National Youth Service year. The competition helped boost the reading culture of the schools and students who participated in it. Faith is a Nigerian.


Tochukwu Rowland Onyeogulu

Tochukwu Rowland Onyeogulu has a penchant for statistics and data analysis. He bagged, in 2017, a First Class degree from the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Port Harcourt (Uniport), Nigeria. Upon putting up such an impressive performance, he got an internship opportunity at Uniport and served as a Data Analyst /Research Assistant between 2017 and 2018. Tochukwu has been practicing his passion and taking courses in statistics and data analysis. Tochukwu is a Nigerian.


James Enyinnaya Elechukwu

James Enyinnaya Elechukwu studied Education and English in the University of Port Harcourt and graduated with a First Class degree at the Department of Educational Foundations in 2018. James loves reading and writing and has unflinching interest in the correct use of language – with some bias for phonetics. He has taught Diction and Language in some of the popular secondary schools in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. He currently runs a Diction Academy in which he teaches language enthusiasts how to correctly use English – like native speakers, in both formal and informal settings. James is a Nigerian.