Pairing the documentation of everyday life with creative imagery, Uchechukwu James-Iroha’s images reflect the diversity of people who form the mix of cultures and influences in Lagos, a fast-growing megacity in Nigeria. His series entitled Realities of Self Help, Power and Powers (2012) is a selection of images that explore the dark and unprogressive relationship between political power and electrical-power distribution in Nigeria. By far the most populous country on the African continent, Nigeria, with its vast human and material resources and enormous potential, has major issues with its erratic supply of electrical power. Political office seekers use lofty promises of...
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