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Moses Maaji’s Soyayya Da Kuma Yaki is a visual story about domestic violence

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Soyayya Da Kuma Yaki by Moses Maaji
*random text from new person* “hey beautiful…”
Soyayya Da Kuma Yaki Moses Maaji 2 (14)
*after two weeks of texting* “want to hangout ?…sure..”
“i will kill you…if i can’t have you then no one can…” The toxic behaviour is unending…
*gasps for air while stammering* “you…… stabbed….me…thought you said you loved me…”
“we made vows to stay together till death do us part…i guess that’s what it had to be then…”

Say No To Domestic violence, it never ends well.

Story written and Photographed by: Moses Ma’aji

Models: Rotimi Wilson and Oyindamola Abbatty

Pharaohs Photography ©2019

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