The need for Hope, Healing, socio-economic and cultural survival for every Nigerian woman was the focus of the stage play with the Metaphor “Ada the Country” in Abuja.
The lead Role and the creator of the Musical monologue Marian Ogaziechi said the play is a tool for the revival of the consciousness of the Nigerian Woman.
Broken down by the pressure of family challenges, the tribulation of cultural mix and the conspiracy of silence in African Homes, Ada the Lead role in this story of hope for Nigerian women was faced with family challenges that Left her not only confused but overwhelmed with frustration and social rejection.
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The creator of the monologue Marian Ogaziechi said the story tends to create public awareness on the need for effective Communication in times challenge.
The Director of the play, Kenneth Uphopho was emphatic on the importance of the play and it’s significance in Nigeria.
Tosin Adeyemi plays the character of Kemi, the younger sister to Ada’s husband. she also revealed the silent jealousy that beclouded her reasoning.
Ada the Country as a stage play was first performed in Lagos Nigeria. The Abuja edition is the third performance.
It is expected to be performed in some major cities across Nigeria .
Editor: Paul Akhagbemhe