Soldier, 2016
       
     
Batu, 2016
       
     
Mother, 2016
       
     
Sani, 2016
       
     
Witnesses, 2016
       
     
Kilodé, 2015
       
     
If I start to Talk, 2015-2017
       
     
If I Start to Talk, 2018
       
     
Soldier, 2016
       
     
Soldier, 2016

Charcoal on Paper
44 x 33 inches

.... I was wrong! The strong do not plead. Not for mercy. The strong grant mercy, I have learnt. Strength is born of will; power from guts. I surrender willingly. Infidel? Ah, no. I quit the war. But I am Soldier still; I am he that survives.
-- For brave men and boys, whose curse is to war.

Batu, 2016
       
     
Batu, 2016

Charcoal on Paper
44 x 33 inches

.... I was wrong! The strong do not plead. Not for mercy. The strong grant mercy, I have learnt. Strength is born of will; power from guts. I surrender willingly. Infidel? Ah, no. I quit the war. But I am Soldier still; I am he that survives.
-- For brave men and boys, whose curse is to war.

Mother, 2016
       
     
Mother, 2016

Charcoal and Old Magazine on Paper
37 x 20 inches

This piece speak voluminously about the presence of gender and it's approach to eulogize self consciousness.

Sani, 2016
       
     
Sani, 2016

Charcoal and Old Magazine on Paper
37 x 20 inches

This piece speak voluminously about the presence of gender and it's approach to eulogize self consciousness.

Witnesses, 2016
       
     
Witnesses, 2016

Charcoal on Paper
44 x 73 inches

These are 30 souls. 30 different witness to our existence aching to narrate the tales of our land.

Kilodé, 2015
       
     
Kilodé, 2015

Charcoal and pastel on paper
40 x 40 inches

An expression of distaste. Hungry for space. A person's dilemma.

If I start to Talk, 2015-2017
       
     
If I start to Talk, 2015-2017

Charcoal and silver leaf on paper
51 X 32 inches

This is the first in a series of works that is inspired by the current socio-political state of my country, Nigeria.

If I Start to Talk, 2018
       
     
If I Start to Talk, 2018

Charcoal and Old Newspaper on paper
41 X 44 inches

This is the second in a series of works that is inspired by the current socio-political state of my country, Nigeria.