The company’s extremely high success rate in eradicating the corruption that poisoned Nigeria’s waterways brought an array of positive and negative attention. In the end, the love Captain Romeo had for his people along with the vision he attempted to realize for his country sealed his own fate. The only detail more troubling than his mysterious death during a routine mission is the void left by his presence… it’s inevitably the missing piece to a puzzle yet to be found; or solved.
Kevin Itima, a first generation Nigerian-American born in Houston, Texas, was born to Nigerian Delta state immigrants, Helen and Romeo Itima. Kevin spent a portion of his high school tenure in Lagos, Nigeria an unforgettable experience that changed the direction of his life, immensely.
His passion for transforming disadvantaged communities led him to publish two literary works. E Ware Mumene a memoir that highlights his battle for acceptance as a first generation American and Anthology of the Brothers a collection of short stories focused on African American males. Both are used as an instrument to create dialogue and challenge simplistic perceptions of how and why the black community can create meaningful change.
Alberto Solalinde, is a Mexican Film Director who started his film career in the documentary category as the cinematographer of a documentary film called “Feel the Reggae” directed by Luis Ramos in Monterrey,NL. Mexico between 2010 and 2012. Since then Solalinde has won different awards in recognized companies such as “ CNN ” and “National Geographic ” for his work in the recent years.
In the beginning of 2013 he decided to make his debut as a Film Director with a Documentary Film called “ Immigration Reform: Freedom has no price” following the 2012 Mexican National Human Rights Award recipient, Father Alejandro Solalinde in a caravan he leaded called “Opening the doors to hope”. This caravan traveled throughout the United States sharing the stories of migrants from different countries to all the cities they arrived in and talking about Immigration Reform.