A Muslim woman waits that her husband picks her up having taken lessons in a Koranic school in a Muslim district of Kaduna.
Nearly 4,000 people have died in Nigeria due to the violent conflict over the past decade.
 The economic and ethnic conflict in the northern states has a religious dimension. It is only with true governance that these conflicting differences could be managed. As elsewhere in Nigeria, residents accuse both local and state government officials for promoting identity-based divisions to advance their own political agendas.
I was commissioned to the City of Kaduna, to expose those individuals who are truly working to make a difference in Nigeria; those individuals who are leading future generations to inspire hope and empowerment of the local communities.
EnterRichard Juilliart