Femi Kuti and the Afrika Shrine – this body of work outlines the bustling night life of Lagos: the commercial hub of Nigeria and the most populated city in West Africa.Although it is a city of crime, congestion and poverty to an outside viewer, Esiebo develops the city as a vibrant metropolis particularly highlights a local night club, Afrika Shrine.
Esiebo covers the large gatherings known as the "crusades" that are held across the country in which Nigerians crowd together to ignite their faith.
This exhibition was part of the Lagos Photography Festival in October 2010, the first international art and photography festival to be held in Nigeria.
In November 2006, Esiebo's works on Nigeria Culture and Natural Heritage were published in by Laia Libros, Barcelona, Spain in collaboration with UNESCO titled Lagos: Life goes on and was also featured in an exhibition in Syria titled "Meetings in the Middle East." He also was highlighted in the Noorderlicht Photography Festival.
His photos were displayed as part of the Acts of Faith In 2010 Esiebo was selected for the World Press Photography Dream project of 16 journalists who were to provide alternative narratives to the World Cup in South Africa.
In 2011 Eseibo also won the 2011 Artistic Creation prize by the Musee du Quai Branly, Paris.
He used the award to embark on a photographic exploration titled PRIDE which documented the phenomenon of men's hairdressers in the countries of west Africa: Nigeria, Benin, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Mali, Senegal and Mauritania.In 2012 Esiebo produced a series on the 2012 Olympics in London titled "The Games: Inspiring Images, Lens on Twelve, London".Lens on Twelve was an exhibition that sought to shift the focus of the Olympic Games to the other side of the event, onto artists of other nationalities.The exhibition explores the experiences of individuals and families who migrated from Nigeria to Europe through photography and audio interviews.The exhibition sough to expose the tensions between the dreams of starting a new life abroad and the realities that occur alongside.Beginning his career as a freelance photographer, his work has covered the rapid development of urban Nigeria and various social issues such as sexuality, gender politics, football, popular culture, and immigration.