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Pix Stories from the Motherland: Mmanya Ngwo

Pix Stories from the Motherland: Mmanya Ngwo

“Most of my customers are older men.   “They usually work manual jobs and for very long hours. Coupled with the bad economy, it’s easy for the stress to get to them. So when they have time; they get to ...

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Pix Stories from the Motherland: Ihe di mkpa

Pix Stories from the Motherland: Ihe di mkpa

“Music saved me from depression- saves me from depression. When that feeling hits, I plug in my earphones. “I also sing and write songs. Been writing since 2007, but I don’t consider myself a musician. It’s hard to break even ...

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Pix Stories from the Motherland: Sugar Boy

Pix Stories from the Motherland: Sugar Boy

“Some call me Sugar Cane boy. Others call me Sugar boy. But I prefer Sugar boy.   “By the end of the week; I would have made enough money to help my mom go Christmas shopping for us. I know it’s ...

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Pix Stories from the Motherland: Biko

Pix Stories from the Motherland: Biko

“This (2015) has been a year of many fake friendships. “I recently cut some people out of my life. I can’t afford to keep letting tears mess up my pretty make-up (chuckles). I’m just kidding. But yea, don’t mind me. ...

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Pix Stories from the Motherland: Kudi

Pix Stories from the Motherland: Kudi

“Ina samun Kudi. Yes, yes yo!” Lexicon Analysis: ““Ina samun Kudi” translates to “I’m getting paid”. It is translated from Hausa- a major African language. It is spoken as a first language by 32 million and as a second language ...

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Pix Stories from the Motherland: Street Rambo

Pix Stories from the Motherland: Street Rambo

“My friends call me Rambo. I’m the real life John Rambo on these streets” “When it comes to keeping the streets safe; a di’m ezigbo agile. I and my brothers can’t afford to slack. We stay vigilant and stand for ...

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