“The poetry collection, Renegade, cannot simply be labelled as one thing for it handles a plethora of issues. These issues range from modernity, love, feminism, prostitution, urban life, political exploitation, mortality etc. to many others. However, running through the tapestry of the poems in this collection is a voice that is unconventional, that cares little for that person at the receiving end of his words, and goes out to bare his mind; never caring for those hurt by the darts of words; a voice akin to that of man in a state of inebriation. This is, perhaps, why Renegade appears to be a befitting title for the work.” – Ubaji Abubakar Ishaq Eazy, ace reviewer.