Kicking on wheels is a visual narrative of the lives of physically challenged Nigerian para-soccer players on and off the pitch.

Previously known to constitute nuisance on the streets and begging for arms, the game has ignited a flame of pride within them.
This newfound sense of agency has propelled them towards a life of purpose beyond the pitch and no longer confined to the stereotypes that once shadowed them, these athletes have become architects of their own destinies.

Eking out a living through gainful employment, they contribute to society by engaging in diverse trades and services thereby crafting a narrative of triumph that extends well beyond their wheels on the soccer pitch and embodying the spirit of triumph against adversity.