There is an unspoken rule that the child of a couple that has not celebrated a traditional wedding in full cannot celebrate one of their own. So Mama and Papa Chisom are doing their winecarrying ceremony, at last; they are moving on from the Imego fulfilled 25 years ago to the Igba nkwu
We should not be afraid of change. Instead, we must explore the ways in which we are still connected. We are all on a common journey to freedom.
In lieu of being deprived of the best celebration of the year. Let’s remember the man dem we’d see on the road that made Carnival, Carnival.
Love Letter to Sudan is a digital collage using dated and modern photographs of my family in Sudan.
To the 20-somethings out there, I understand that the hustle is real, the grind is real. The deck is stacked against you until we can reshuffle the cards.
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