In August 2015, artist and curator Zina Saro-Wiwa commissioned Amsterdam-based British photographer Stuart Acker Holt to photograph the street that had been named after the executed Nigerian human rights activist, Ken Saro-Wiwa. Ken was hung in 1995 alongside 8 other men my the military dictatorship led by Sani Abacha. A regime that colluded with Shell Oil to maintain their advantage to exploit the oil wealth of the Ogoniland and Niger Delta amidst devastating pollution and underdevelopment in the region. Although this judicical murder took place 20 years ago, Ken has been remembered in many ways all over the world. This photo essay tenderly explores the lives of those that live on the street that bears his name. Some residents of Ken Sarowiwastraat (as the street is known in Dutch) know who Ken is. Many do not him. But his name lives on their tongues, on their letters and their correspondence. His name lives on.