Aside from the fun, the wave of the sea and the excitement that electrifies Takwa Bay, a lot of unseen stories lay in wait to be told.
In a bid to tell the story of women’s survival at the bay, On-air personality and founder of Document Women, Kiki Mordi teamed up young and versatile photographer and filmmaker, Nora Awolowo, to tell the obscure story of women who live their lives for the survival of their families.
The documentary according to the Producer, Mordi, project the struggles of women on the bay and how they keep performing their magic as mothers, wife and business individuals. According to her “On March 8th, we celebrate the women that uphold the continuation of life of their communities”
Stationmag understands that the full documentary, which is slated to be released on the 8th of March, will be in commemoration of the International Women’s day.
On March 8th, we celebrate the women that uphold the continuation of life of their communities
On March 8th, International Women's Day, we drop #LifeAtTheBay
RT if you'll love to attend a #LifeAtTheBay private screening
— #LifeAtTheBay (@kikimordi) February 27, 2019
— Awolowo Oreoluwa (@NoraAwolowo) February 12, 2019
There is going to be a private screening of our documentary!💪🏽💪🏽
So excited about this one! Details out soon.🙌👌👌 pic.twitter.com/g9E8fCEEgl
— Awolowo Oreoluwa (@NoraAwolowo) February 26, 2019