Immaculata Abba

Immaculata Abba is a photographer, poet/writer, and student based in London, UK and Enugu, Nigeria. She was selected for the 2016 What’s On Africa Youth Editorial Program and is currently one of the team writers for The Book Banque. Her work has been published in Kalahari Review, OkayAfrica and Brittle Paper.

In the Hands of God, We Rendezvous

This photo-story is part of a wider project by Immaculata Abba—Enugu is in the hands of God—with which the writer and photographer is exploring Christianity in Nigeria, using Enugu as a case study. Here, she considers the significance of Sundays

A Way of Seeing: Immaculata Abba

The other day I was reminded that I have been drawn to images even before I was 6 years old. I asked my mother for a camera when she asked what I wanted for my 6th birthday gift. She got

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