In Nigeria, women whose husbands have died can face stigma, suspicion and families who take their homes from them.
Femi Amogunla is a multimedia artist who works with stories, photography, and film. He lives in Ibadan, Nigeria. In 2018, his work "Three Siblings who... Beat 100" was exhibited at the Welkulturen Museum. He can be found on Instagram and his website.
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