Offshore Nigeria (2012)

Via Abidjan (2012)

Pointe Noire, Congo (2012)

The Saxophonist

She caught my attention. Her face was unmistakable. This is the face I saw yesterday.  Yesterday was on the penultimate day of our annual Deeper Life Bible Church National December Retreat for the year 2019. Late yesterday evening, I was moving from one group to another, to capture more interesting shots. I was now in…

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Anything that can go wrong may do so one day. (Don’t become a negative case study.)

Her house was located near the top of the hill. It was a routine she has repeated hundreds of time before now. This time around, they just got back home from the day’s “schools closed” runs. She parked the car directly opposite the entrance gate. Her four kids were all at the back of the…

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Anything that can go wrong may do so one day. (Don’t become a negative case study.)

Her house was located near the top of the hill. It was a routine she has repeated hundreds of time before now. This time around, they just got back home from the day’s “schools closed” runs. She parked the car directly opposite the entrance gate. Her four kids were all at the back of the…

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The Sun Is Rising On You Too

It started raining after I have covered about four and a half kilometer. I was then about one kilometer away from home. Defying the temptation to take the shortcut back home for security and warm anything, I wrapped my phone and MyKronoz leather wrist watch inside my nylon bag. I had left home with a…

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Let Humanity Reigns. And Let It Start With Me.

How do you typically react when you see people in distress? Do you help them or take advantage of their misfortunes? Do you just go your way minding your own business while leaving those unfortunate fellows to sort themselves out? Do you hurry along and away (as the Levite and the priest in the good…

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Whoever told you, “The sun won’t rise again.” And you believe?

I’ve been hard at it the whole day. Just got back from the power plant. The job went well. I was still relishing it and my satisfaction was full. The customer, his delight has done so much to assuage my hunger pangs. I had skipped on breakfast and lunch. Exiting the factory’s gate, I spotted…

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