My story of Photo Journalism is not something I can under emphasize, no never, but twinkles were the morning stars when viewed from a resting sea…the early morning sea of the south south zone of Nigeria.
During my first experience, we sailed to Brass, a terrain I have never experienced in my entire life, scary sea foods i ate and off my passion for professional photography drove me. With a Senior Technical Assistant OSSAP-MDGs and other state PSU, I knew I was in good hands but once again, they are indigenous Bayelsa people that understands the Terrains better than I do,
Another day was just about sailings also and for three weeks we sailed until I became a better sailor, I started eating sharks also…I ate sharks because I conquered the sea just to shoot MDGs-CGS Success story.
The Niger Delta Region would be experiencing many gracious developments if not for the challenges of their aquatic terrains.
I visited the most remote villages and recorded success stories of MDGs Solar Boreholes and PHCs
I called TD
The Value of data I collected was enormous, and I was happy for the government.
I am not happy this time because I was paid to exercise my most lucrative profession, no never! i was happy because i saw awesome government interventions positively affecting the lives of community people.
The MDGs-CGS success story was a success, yes it was.
i have been going on field trips
i have been shooting documentaries,
i have eaten different species of fishes
but i have not had the kind of job satisfaction like i had during the shoots of OSSAP-MDGs Success Story.