By creating an image as minimalistic and effortless as this, Osinachi shows a work which, on the surface, evokes comfort and radiates happiness and beauty. However, the context in which he works and lives reveals a brutal and unforgiving reality, where something thought to be as commonplace as a wedding is sure to end in violent punishment. The personal nature of the piece, not only to the artist, but to any viewer who has or is aware of the continuous struggle the LGBTQ+ community faces, instils a sense of power and a declaration of resistance against the cruel situation in Nigeria, and many other places. The inescapable conditions engulfing ‘Nduka’s Wedding Day’ transform the work into a symbol of hope. One that’s very existence is hazardous, but, one that dreams defiantly for better days to come.