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Shooting A Fading Scene

I shoot villagers in Nigeria with my Canon camera. They drop bombs on them. I shoot the beauty and essence of their souls. They shoot to kill their souls. I respect their culture and learn from their way of life. They destroy their culture and hate on their way of life. My journey is to capture and share the essence of over 500 sub ethnic groups that make up Nigeria, their goal is to destroy and convert them to one.

A subscriber asked me a couple of days ago what impact my images would have on the UN Secretary General, you see the UN and the Nigerian government are well aware of how peace can be promoted through my images.

Langa Langa Village Nigeria
Howe Village Benue State Nigeria

The face is a window to the soul, the faces of the girls burnt alive as they slept in their school dormitories in Yobe Nigeria, 200+ girls kidnapped from Chibok, 2000+ massacred in Baga and thousands more slaughtered by Boko Haram. A father in Atlanta Georgia enjoys the window to his daughter’s soul just as much as the father in Chibok Borno.

The UN’s method of promoting peace in the world is the well used but ineffective method of sending peacekeeping soldiers and dropping food aid in affected areas. Nigeria politicians are busy looting the treasury while President Goodluck Jonathan is standing in solidarity in France. The French lost 17 lives in Paris to Al Qaeda in Yemen while Boko Haram just carried out their worst massacre killing 2000 people in Baga Nigeria.

The worst carnage and atrocities in modern human history is committed daily against women, young girls, poor and minority groups in Nigeria no wonder our president believes 2000 African lives means nothing to 17 European lives.

Who is standing in solidarity with Nigeria?  @OgbeniAyotunde

29 thoughts on “Shooting A Fading Scene

  1. I am affraid things will not change, unless people will change. But don t expect to much from the people in Europe.

  2. […] on a daily basis. The Europeans call their form of terrorism colonization while ISIS, Al Qaeda and Boko Haram classify what they are setting up in Syria, Iraq, Nigeria and other parts of the world as […]

  3. […] Shooting A Fading Scene. […]

  4. […] of Boko Haram called him an infidel, he criticized President Goodluck Jonathan on his handling of Boko Haram. You will be right to assume that Buhari critics sound like sober drunks. Ogbeni […]

  5. […] the backdrop of the massacre in Baga, bombings, kidnappings and brutalization of young girls and women, extreme […]

  6. […] is labeled a terrorist and a Boko Haram sponsor by the Goodluck Jonathan administration just the same way the racist neo-cons tried to […]

  7. […] Through Nigeria’s 54year history a Hausa/Fulani man was Head of State or President for 10.8years. You see way back when these leaders made a flawed deal amongst themselves based on tribal and religious lines known as “Turn by turn” a deal that rotated the Presidency of Nigeria from North to South, in a sense making Nigerians participate in staged elections where the outcomes are already determined also created a thriving population of tribal, ethnic and religious bigots.  Ogbeni Ayotunde […]

  8. […] one of the homes. Amazing how the Nigerian military cannot rescue the abducted girls of Chibok from Boko Haram but can attack and kill poor innocent […]

  9. […] suiting up in his army fatigues when elected President of Nigeria and leading the campaign against Boko Haram like the King of Jordan is doing against […]

  10. […] Mr. President you are dealing with 6s the area code to the Devil. Sweet Bishop Oyedepo proclaims to have the keys to the gates of hell and hipped you to the digits. Then you have Buhari drawing 7s the number of completion from February 14 to March 28 all with the factor of 7. The people of Baga Borno Nigeria got relief from the killings on the 7th of January. – Ogbeni Ayotunde […]

  11. […] You see in Nigeria stealing government money is the easiest part of the job you don’t need a masters or doctorate degree, in Nigeria degrees and titles are used to masquerade themselves and dazzle the people believing the people are not educated enough to see they are thieves disguised as leaders. – Ogbeni Ayotunde […]

  12. […] Obanikoro’s Facebook page showing Nigeria just acquired 1 helicopter and 2 tanks to defeat Boko Haram in 6 weeks. President Goodluck Jonathan acknowledged the acquisition in an online chat he held with […]

  13. […] election was postponed 6 weeks for the administration to defeat Boko Haram giving the President 6 weeks to do what he couldn’t in 6 years. A President with no military […]

  14. […] up by Gen. Sani Abacha, and then came the Alphabet Boys with the blue and white pills. – Ogbeni Ayotunde @ […]

  15. […] If you do whatever you do well you are successful. – Ogbeni Ayotunde […]

  16. […] If you are going to fail fail big. – Ogbeni Ayotunde […]

  17. […] “I met Ola Arowolo a retired Nigerian soldier living as a squatter in a no man’s land of sorts up in a remote Abuja mountain” – Ogbeni Ayotunde  […]

  18. […] In the very near future private email and cloud passwords will become personal property that can be included in wills just like donating or giving away private letters, pictures and other literary materials. Who will you give or donate your private email or cloud password to. This is also one property you can take to the grave. – Ogbeni Ayotunde […]

  19. […] Humans are experts who will oppress, kill and die when it comes to the one thing they know absolutely nothing about, God. – Ogbeni Ayotunde […]

  20. […] President Goodluck Jonathan, Ayo Oritsejafor head of the Christian Association of Nigeria, National Assembly members, some governors and other government officials are in Jerusalem praying to a foreign god in a foreign land with money from the Central Bank. When has Benjamin Netanyahu or any foreign leader come to Nigeria on a pilgrimage to Olodumare? I beg I tire for these colonized shadow criminals joor. – Ogbeni Ayotunde […]

  21. […] This narrative should also include the dismantling of Israel’s nuclear capabilities, no agreement should be reached with Israel retaining their nuclear weapons. Iran should consider an attack by Israel on any of their facilities a provocation to war. If Netanyahu wants war I am sure the Iranians are ready and more than willing to oblige him with or without nuclear weapons. – Ogbeni Ayotunde […]

  22. […] Tiv village in Benue State Nigeria. […]

  23. […] My rich friends in Nigeria lack confidence, they live on cash experience and box themselves into a world of self glorification. Like a dope fiend needing a fix, they get a rush from the “yes sir” and “oga sir”, they push Bentleys, G Wagons and fairly used women. – @OgbeniAyotunde […]

  24. […] Ogbeni Ayotunde by Omo Na Water Cotonou Benin […]

  25. […] Ogbeni Ayotunde by Omo Na Water Cotonou Benin […]

  26. […] The Lungu Village Protest Bala Mohammed (PDP) Federal Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) of Nigeria ought to take a page from the book of South Korean Prime Minister Jung Hong-won and resign immediately so a proper investigation can be conducted into this brutality by the government of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) It is a known fact that Nigerian politicians have absolutely no shame from the Aviation Minister on down to your local government representative who steal, lie, cheat and kill in office. Let it be known that no Nigerian politician has willingly resigned their position, they would rather end up in jail or die than bow out gracefully The Federal Capital Development Authority (FCDA) was at it again yesterday (6/19/14) morning around 10am in the company of armed military personnel moved in unannounced on Lungu Village, demolishing homes and belongings without care of families still inside these homes. A mother stabbed herself to death after watching her son crushed to death in one of the homes. Amazing how the Nigerian military cannot rescue the abducted girls of Chibok from Boko Haram but can attack and kill poor innocent citizens. – Ogbeni Ayotunde […]

  27. […] Ogbeni Ayotunde Makurdi, Benue State Nigeria […]

  28. […] turned a collective blind eye to the refugee crisis triggered by Boko Haram on the people of Nigeria.  So in a coordinated move by the EU and Corporate Media the world is fooled into believing that […]

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