Mandela Mania

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Nigerians pay respect to “Madiba” their own way. His name is on everyone’s lips and his face on every newspaper front page and every tv-screen. We have talked to Kenneth Emyenghemoe about the great South African leader while he waits for his car to be washed at Mandela Car Wash.

For the whole story and more picture, look up Untold Stories.

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About Otto von Münchow

Photographer based in Norway
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20 Responses to Mandela Mania

  1. Alli Farkas says:

    Wow, the Mandela Carwash next door to the Goldfinger Hotel–what a juxtaposition!

  2. Yvonne says:

    Great post but sad that such a great person has left us…

  3. Patrizia M. says:

    Spero solo che venga ricordato nella giusta maniera!!!
    Patrizia

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  5. janechese says:

    May we all carry a spark of his great light.

  6. We often ask, ‘What can one person do?’ Mandela is the answer. We need know nothing else.

  7. likeitiz says:

    Great photo, Otto. A car wash named after the great man? I’m impressed the car is hand washed. Over here it’s a rarity. Expensive too!

  8. themofman says:

    I still haven’t heard if any respects were paid by the Nigerian government or the Zimbabwean regime.

  9. A simple picture that speaks volumes. The POV makes it really interesting. Great job as usual, Otto:)

  10. Martina Egli says:

    What a stunning image – your framing is brilliant. Bravo!

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