People are of great value to me, especially what I call “the real people”. They are a source of joy and inspiration. In recent times, the impact of oil on the lives of most oil-producing regions has been highly paradoxical, especially now that Nigeria is the 6th largest oil supplier to the world’s most oil addicted consumers. I became involved in this project during my visits working as a photographer for a local newspaper and later for the Associated Press.
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