Monday, 22 June 2020

Humanity Nigeria is the fastest growing humanity brand in Africa,  comprising young people that are  concerned about  caring  for our earth and humanity,  through public spirited participating events and activities.

Humanity Nigeria's Mission Statement,  is to be in the forefront of the campaign for a clean environment and a safe earth for all.

Humanity Nigeria, made up of young professional volunteers from across Nigeria, is currently attempting the Guinness World Record for the highest number of plastic bottles collected  by any  team in the world, within  five days. 

To therefore ensure success at attempting to achieve this  Guinness world record, the team sought the endorsement of Prince Yemisi Shyllon and the partnership of OYASAF in the Earth-to-Art project of picking waste plastic bottles and converting them into recycled art pieces and other positive utilities.  The Team would carry out a   5-day world record exercise of picking and showcasing the utility value of waste plastic bottles and educate the world of the environmental and health harmful consequences of  poor waste disposal of plastic bottles. 

The Team thus made a pre-festival visit to Prince Yemisi Shyllon Museum where they were received by him and long drawn discussion was held,  towards the success of the  team's Guinness World Record project  in partnership with

Monday, 23 March 2020


The above photographs were taken on    the visit of members of Poetourism(The initiative of Poets In Nigeria--PIN), to OYASAF facility in Lagos on saturday, 21st March 2020.   The members of PIN were led on the visit to OYASAF Facility, by Mr Eriatha Oribhabor as part of the 70th birthday celebration of Nigeria's renowned  poet, Odia Ifeimun and the  celebration of the 2020 world Poetry day. The day's exciting event, included the recitation of poetry by members of PIN, a tour of the life size bronze sculptured garden of OYASAF, and the presentation of a plaque to Omooba Yemisi Shyllon. A major highlight of the visit, was the presentation of plaque and the cutting of birthday cake and gifts to the birthday celebrant--- Odia Ofeimun.

Friday, 21 February 2020


The 2020 five weeks, Omooba Yemisi Adedoyin Shyllon Art Foundation (OYASAF), artists in residence program for Nigerian resident visual art graduates, has been concluded. During the program for the two awardee artists, they experimented with new creative ideas, were exposed and mentored in rudimentary marketing, finance and investment, in addition to producing guided commissioned artwork each. 
They are each, the best 2019 graduates in painting and sculpture of the Federal Polytechnic in Auchi, Edo State, Nigeria.  The visual art graduates are, Mr Ozumba Patrick Chidiebube( sculptor) and Mr Ojeaga Simon( painting).The works produced by them,  are attached as follows:

                                                         Title: Body Rhythms 1
                                                         Artist: Simon Ojeaga
                                                         Medium: mix media on canvas 
                                                         Dimension: 41" X 51"
                                                         Year: 2020
                                          Title:  Jemila mixing fura and nunu
                                          Artist: Ozumba Patrick 
                                          Dimension: L (170cm) X W (110cm)
                                          Medium: welded binding wire and quarter rod
                                          Year: 2020