Obasanjo Burst Into Tears While Addressing People In Lagos (Video)

Former Nigerian President, Chief Matthew Aremu Okikiola Olusegun Obasanjo, was all tears as he made to respond after a stage play in his honour in Lagos.
The incident occurred on Sunday at Glover Memorial Hall, Marina, recently renovated by the Lagos State Government.

Titled: “Aremu,” the stage play, a brainchild of Duke of Shomolu Production House, and sponsored by First Bank of Nigeria Limited, captured the life of Obasanjo from conception to his present.

The play, one of the two being sponsored by First Bank of Nigeria Limited, with the theme: “A Deep Dive Into History,” is a theatre production from the Duke of Shomolu Production House, spearheaded by Joseph Edgar.

A Deep Dive into History comprises two exciting stage plays: Aremu and Awo, showing from August 22, 2021.

It will run every Sunday till September 12, 2021 at the legendary Glover Memorial Hall, Marina, Lagos.

Aremu is a powerful depiction of the life and times of Obasanjo, who is also fondly called Ebora Owu.
The play takes us through his birth, the errant stages of his adulthood, exploring his peasant background, his travails as a freedom and human rights crusader and other milestones.

Aremu is a rich cultural play that preaches hope to the audience: that they can be whoever they want to be.

The play was written by Prof. Ahmed Yerima, the former DG of the National theatre and National Troupe, Responding after the play in which Yemi Sodimu played the lead role, Obasanjo said one of his greatest regrets in life was that.......Proceed Reading And Watch Video

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