Ane-Igala (Igala Land) is a personal project documenting my ancestral homeland and people. It is difficult to explain how my people, the Igala people came to settle in the place we now call home. This is because our history is not well documented; it has been passed down orally from generation to generation, with hardly any written form to refer to. Each generation passes down a slightly different version of our story and adds its own interpretations to it.
More than ever before it is important to document our story as urbanisation/globalisation rapidly turns our villages to towns and cities and we lose our indigenousness. This project is my own version of our story, my time capsule for the future.
This is an ongoing project.