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Fulani Woman frying Awara (Tofu), Langa Langa Village, Nasarawa State, Nigeria. #JujuFilms

Fulani Woman frying Awara (Tofu), Langa Langa Village, Nasarawa State, Nigeria. #JujuFilms

Fulani Woman frying Awara (Tofu), Langa Langa Village, Nasarawa State, Nigeria. #JujuFilms

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Hausa/Fulani family in Langa Langa Village, Nasarawa State, Nigeria #JujuFilms

Hausa/Fulani family in Langa Langa Village, Nasarawa State, Nigeria #JujuFilms

Hausa/Fulani family in Langa Langa Village, Nasarawa State, Nigeria #JujuFilms

Hausa/Fulani family in Langa Langa Village, Nasarawa State, Nigeria #JujuFilms
Hausa/Fulani family in Langa Langa Village, Nasarawa State, Nigeria #JujuFilms
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Call +234 802 750 8837 to order Kuli Kuli from the Langa Langa Women Kuli Kuli Collective

Call +234 802 750 8837 to order your Kuli Kuli from the Langa Langa Women Kuli Kuli Collective

Call +234 802 750 8837 to order your Kuli Kuli from the Langa Langa Women Kuli Kuli Collective

 

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A few days ago American comedian Tony Woods tweeted me to “stop taking pictures and help!”

Well he is right, you see as a photojournalist and documentary filmmaker it is impossible not to get affected by the lives of those I photograph and document. I spent the last 3 months in Nigeria setting up collectives for the Hausa/Fulani women Langa Langa Women Kuli Kuli Collective, beekeepers, sesame seeds, millet, rice and beans collectives. My goal with these collectives is to place organic foods grown and made in Nigeria in every food store worldwide.

The Langa Langa Women Kuli Kuli Collective is designed to empower and improve the living conditions of these women. We are currently working on our app and online marketplace where you can order their kuli kuli from anywhere in the world.

Place your Kuli Kuli order directly from the collective in Nigeria call + 234 802 750 8837 in the United States call + 1 818 305 5854 or by email KuliKuli@Ewedusoup.com

 

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The orphaned baby monkey of Langa Langa Village, Nigeria. #JujuFilms

Orphaned baby monkey of Langa Langa Village, Nasarawa State, Nigeria. #JujuFilms

Yesterday my good friend American comedian Tony Woods tweeted me “stop taking pictures and help!”

Well he is right, you see as a photojournalist and documentary filmmaker it is impossible for me not to get affected by the lives of those I photograph.

This story is about an orphaned baby monkey saved by his mother’s instinct of hiding him while been chased by a hunter and his dogs.

Orphaned baby monkey of Langa Langa Village, Nasarawa State, Nigeria. #JujuFilms
Orphaned baby monkey of Langa Langa Village, Nasarawa State, Nigeria. #JujuFilms

The woman speaking in the background says she could never eat monkeys because they are human and the orphaned baby monkey cries just like her own baby.

There are no wildlife sanctuaries or rehabilitation facilities in Nasarawa State, Nigeria.

What are the odds this orphaned baby monkey will live to be a year old?

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Fulani women fetching firewood in Ushafa Village, FCT, Abuja, Nigeria. #JujuFilms

Fulani women fetching firewood in Ushafa Village, FCT, Abuja, Nigeria. #JujuFilms

Fulani women fetching firewood in Ushafa Village, FCT, Abuja, Nigeria. #JujuFilms

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Fulani women fetching firewood in Ushafa Village, Nigeria. #JujuFilms

Fulani women fetching firewood in Ushafa Village, Nigeria

Fulani women fetching firewood in Ushafa Village, Nigeria. #JujuFilms

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Fulani Women fetching firewood in Ushafa Village, FCT, Abuja, Nigeria. #JujuFilms

Fulani Women

Fulani women fetching firewood in Ushafa Village, FCT, Nigeria #JujuFilms

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Fulani Women

Fulani Women in Kogi State Nigeria.

Fulani Women in Kogi State Nigeria.

#JujuFilms